11th December 2009, 02:55 PM
FA: RARE 25th Anniversary Star Trek Enterprise Flying Model
Up for auction is a rare 25th Anniversary Commemorative Special Edition Star Trek Starship Enterprise Estes Flying Model Rocket Kit. (Wow! That's a mouhtful! Brand New, Never Opened, Still Sealed!
Released in 1991 to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the original Star Trek television series, it is highly unlikely that another never opened, still sealed Star Trek NCC-1701 Starship Enterprise like this exists anywhere in the Galaxy! This could be as rare as can be: the only one of its kind, anywhere!
Just in time for Christmas, this 18 year old priceless gem would make an unbelievable gift for that Star Trek and/or Model Rocketry fanatic on your list. It will leave them speechless!
Bidding starts at $0.99 with no reserve.
14th December 2009, 02:20 PM
I'm sorry, but eBay insists sellers accept at least PayPal (or some other electronic payment system). That's all I'm accepting now.
I know of folks who don't have or like credit cards, but still want to be able to purchase things online. They got a prepaid "credit card" (available in many places) and put money on that. That might work for you, too.
14th December 2009, 08:24 PM
You have to offer paypal, but you're not prevented from accepting another method. A postal order is as good as cash (well it is here, anyway).
14th December 2009, 09:01 PM
And it's the 3rd of these only one of its kind sealed kits on ebay this month.
Originally Posted by Captain
14th December 2009, 09:38 PM
Yeah, that's the common perception in the States, too. But, it isn't so (for the States, anyway). One gets a receipt with a money order, and can return to the issuing institution to place a stop order on it if it hasn't been cashed.
Originally Posted by spacecadet
For a while, eBay's rules insisted you accepted PayPal, and *couldn't* accept any other method unless you were a Power Seller. I see that's not the case anymore.
14th December 2009, 09:41 PM
Yeah, folks on other forums let me hear about this, too. I just thought - 18 years old - never opened - how unlikely is *that*?! Mea culpa. My apologies.
Originally Posted by kjohnson
17th December 2009, 02:23 PM
We're down to the last hours for this item.