I could be wrong but, I think that the unit shown in the photos is an
But there is a NP207C that was used from 1983 through 1988 in the S-10 Chevy
and S-15 GMC trucks and downsized Blazers. It was repalced in 1988 by the
You know I wasn't to sure how those payments happen, but now that you
mentioned it I had a good look. Well, it appears that I owe them $44.00. I
was wondering how the payment system worked. I was hoping it was a pay if
you sell policy. No such luck. I checked 'my eBay' and found a $44.00
payment pending. I don't know what happens if I leave it too long, but I'm
not willing to find out.
I won't put anything on there again that has a reserve or there is a chance
of not selling.
One lives and learns.
Thanks for the heads up,
I run a little shop there...
For a car it's $40.00 up front + listing upgrades to put it on
For a car it's $40.00 at the end
I did the math and for anything over about 2g it's a good way to do it,
under that list it as a parts vehicle to save some fees.
But everything on eBay has fees to list, fees to end. They have what they
call "relisting" which is nice. Hypothetically on say your truck this is how
it would have gone.
$44 list - doesn't sell
$44 list - doesn't sell
$44 list - sells
$40 selling fee
$44 credit to *you*
So it costs just as much as though you had sold it the first time.
But the only people on eBay that make money is eBay.
Are you saying that I could re-list it again and if it sells the total cost
to me is $44?
If I misunderstood this please explain again.
Is the total cost $40. or is it some of those $44s and how, if at all do I
come out $44. credit.
Sorry I'm slow at this, obviously I'm no eBay WIz.
No to sell a truck is $80 + listing upgrades.
$40 to list, $40 to sell. Listing upgrades are things like bold, gallery, a
wrench next to the listing, etc....
Now if you relist the auction 3 times and it doesn't sell you pay
Now if you relist that auction 3 times and it sells you pay
Quick question... how did you mount the CD player in that thing. I know
you had to cut the dash, but is there any kind of kit available to make the
conversion from 2-shaft to DIN style seamless????
Not as seamless as I would hoped, but still the only kit I found.
What you have to do is remove the old radio, cut or file the opening bigger
and then there is a faceplate to cover the hole and go around the DIN size
Here is the site that I got the faceplate from:
Hope this works for your planed project.
If you know any one that wants the Blazer let me know, my wife is pressuring
me to get rid of it even if I sell it for a lower price.
Thanks for the info. I want something stronger than plastic holder the head
unit in place, but I'll probably buy this anyway seeing as how it's only
I'll use it as a template to cut a stronger one out of sheet metal.
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