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You can edit but not remove posts. To have a classified post/thread removed, simply edit the original post and change the Prefix (the little color banner) from For Sale to SOLD! The ad will then be removed within a day or two. I like to leave the sold notice up for a short time so people who were looking know a sale was made instead of the item just disappearing.

You may also PM me to request removal.

Ads may be deleted by the admin after 90 days if no attempt is made to update them or otherwise indicate they are still active.

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