From:Jeff Ellison e-mail:Jeff.ellison@me.com
Subject:RE: RE: Warning of a scammer Date:Sat Apr 18 18:58:07 2020
Response to:7256
Hi,
I’m searching for parts for my 1934 Plymouth and this “Kevin” claimed “ I`m
wrecking the complete car for parts because of my health problems and
my inability to sell the here in my end due to scarcity of the parts for this
particular model.”
Then he wrote and said; “ The crank is in a perfect condition , it will interest
you to know
that , I`m 89 today with grand sons and daughter and I have never
stolen from any body before not even now .

So , I will definitely send you the picture as soon as my mechanic
get it remove but you will have to go to your bank now and transfer
$120 plus the shipping fees to your door step.

The picture he send was of a 1934 Plymouth, but hasn’t sent pictures.

Something doesn’t seem right.

----- ORIGINAL MESSAGE FOLLOWS -----
Likewise I had an email from the same person referencing a very old KJ
exchange post and offering me the parts mentioned in it ... Perry

----- ORIGINAL MESSAGE FOLLOWS -----
Warning to all.
I've been searching for some brake parts to complete my '19 model Z.
I received an email from a Kelvin Max (kmax20665@gmail.com)
claiming that he's "wrecking" (his words not mine) his 1919 Henderson and
will sell me all the brake parts I require.
He even went to the trouble of sending a pic of the bike.
Well that one sold at Bonhams and is not owned by this Kelvin person.

https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/24885/lot/223/

And why would anyone in their right mind break up a Henderson for
parts???

Another person in this group warned me about this scam.
Now I want everyone to know.
Buyer Beware as always.
Cheers,
Nik

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