Very agro tone HS30-H... Dealers are very easy targets on forums and I usually avoid them. I am on this forum not as a dealer or to promote my services, but because I am passionate about old zed cars and own a couple of nice ones too... avoid me - I couldn't care less.
The disaffection is mutual. Dealers are usually 'targets' on forums because they can't help mixing their business in with their forum activities, and in your case this already seems to be the case.
If you would rather I did not participate in your forum, simply ask me to exit and I will do so immediately.
This is not my
forum, but if it were I'd be asking you for a fee to carry your 'advertorial'.
I have been advertising cars available in Japan that I can source for many years... no complaints so far and it works for me and my clients.
I think you just made an advertisement.....
The 432 was rare car that came up at auction and sold very cheap (the price was shown in the ad). If the ad aroused your curiosity then it achieved its goal and you can ring me for more information if you are interested...
I'm going to go out on a limb here ( see if I fall off ) and say that the "432" that you advertised on eBay ( illegally.... ) was not actually
a genuine factory 'PS30' car at all. In fact, I believe it is possible that it may have consisted of nothing more than a lookalike paint / emblem detailing job and an appropriate Japanese vanity number plate. Not only that, but it might have been a well-meaning lookalike of a PS30-SB '432-R' rather than just a plain vanilla PS30 '432' ( note the satin / matt black bonnet - not seen very often these days on genuine 432s, and de-rigeur on a genuine FRP 432-R bonnet ). I believe this 'lookalike' will have been based on a more common model ( probably an S30 or S30-S, but possibly an HS30 or HS30-S ) as the auction sale price that you quote would then make much more sense.
So - if you want to prove me wrong ( and make me fall off the tree ) then I challenge you to post up full details of that particular car, including its chassis number and engine number. Then we can see if it was a REAL 432.
Anybody want to place any bets?
The ball is now in your court.......