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    Can someone PLEASE tell me how I repost a Car for Sale ad I had on here just recently I have all the info on my profile page and want to copy it into a New Thread....why is there not a button that says REPOST would be so much simpler!!!! HELP!!!

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    You might want to try ebay or car sales etc. if you want all the trimmings. This is essentially a car forum and is a FREE site. If you want all the fancy trimmings you may need to sell on a commercial site, the kind that charge a fee for their trouble.

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    This is a site for French Car enthusiasts of which I am one....all I asked is how to repost an Ad and obviously you don't know how to either!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty Boop View Post
    This is a site for French Car enthusiasts of which I am one....all I asked is how to repost an Ad and obviously you don't know how to either!!!
    Why repost? You can edit/delete your existing ad . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenBlood View Post
    Why repost? You can edit/delete your existing ad . . .

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    Why not copy and paste old post into a new post, just a few mouse clicks and you are done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty Boop View Post
    Can someone PLEASE tell me how I repost a Car for Sale ad I had on here just recently I have all the info on my profile page and want to copy it into a New Thread....why is there not a button that says REPOST would be so much simpler!!!! HELP!!!
    Betty,

    Is is the ad you had in September for the CX ? If so, that is still there in the Cars For Sale section For sale cx 2500 gti. To bring it up into current listings you can just "reply" to you own ad - with any new comments you want to add.

    Does that help?

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