The same thread is running on TC, so the VIN is out there with this info. But I'll pare this thread.
I'd like to rachet down the ebay policing a notch. Just notifying (with tact and discretion) the seller that the tag has issues is sufficient.
I listed something on ebay the other day and someone contacted me that it was incorrect. I researched and many were listed incorrectly, hence my error. Deleted and relisted correctly. My point is notification is all that needs to happen. It's up to the seller to do more research.
I should add that cars like this aren't always added to the db. Very little data of research value and every entry takes more time than you'd think (noting source, comments, pics, etc).
I do save the pics. I will mention the file format I use since it may help others when looking for a pic.
We use the VIN in the title, e.g. tag_9N673525_NOR108403_repro.jpg and vin_9N673525.jpg.
If you search for the VIN on your computer, then you can find the pic.
That's why regular members post these Trim Tags and VIN's, isn't it? To help out fellow enthusiast's?
And that's why I highly suggest adding the VIN to any thread about a car. Often VIN pics or tag pics are added, but the VIN itself needs to be there too.