Intake Manifold at Ebay via the Global Shipping Program ?

Discussion in 'TA Performance' started by Kaule, Oct 21, 2016.

  1. Kaule

    Kaule Gold Level Contributor


    i'm interested in buying a TA_1235, 350 Stage 1 Intake Manifold
    Last days i have bought some parts on eBay, they was listed as "Customs services and international tracking provided"
    and in item description "International Priority Shipping to Germany via the Global Shipping Program"

    At checkout i see and pay the import charges, so i have no problems with customs and the shipping to Germany is cheap.

    I don't know how difficult it is for the seller to use this "Global Shipping Program",
    so i ask here, if you can put this intake on ebay this way ?
  2. TrunkMonkey

    TrunkMonkey Well-Known Member

  3. utensil

    utensil Member


    just let them send the parts direktly via usps. my intake manifold was something about 110 bucks.

    gps, or what they usually ship with was much more expensive.

    with ebay it's the same like amazon, HRS or whatever... they get lots and lots of money just for listing items other people produce/sell.

    it's just not necessary
  4. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    I sell stuff on Ebay daily and items go out GSP several times a week. The address that I ship to is in Kentucky. the label has a reference number attached that routes it to the buyer. After it leaves my place I get tracking updates when it leaves the center and when it is delivered. Thats all I know about it.
  5. Kaule

    Kaule Gold Level Contributor

    no, the Global Shipping Program is much cheaper, here an example:

    my new radiator in a large box was about $40 for shipping, without GSP it would be $140 - $180
  6. Aussie V8

    Aussie V8 Well-Known Member

    I know this thread is a bit old, but I just want to add my thumbs up for the GSP. Heavy / large items are much cheaper shipping for me in Australia. It's great, especially now USPS does not do sea mail any more and has not for some years. Most of the time for Priority International it costs more for shipping than I actually pay for the item.

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