Well in the first pic the stone used in the building looks Scottish as does the pottery. So the scammer knew enough to post the item in the right area which they do not normally do.
However when I then click on 'motorcycle parts-by dealer' there is a lot of click bait, like a Ducati 860 rebuilt engine for £1200 so buyer beware. I have my eye on one item and if I get the right response will go to view and can view your item if I go.
There are 62 listings for similar items in one spot in Aberdeen, this is Berry St/ Loch st in central Aberdeen, at the same address as the John Lewis department store, the photos are of a rural area so do not match. So looking doubtful to me, will wait for a response from my email, if they give me an address and I get to view then ok, if not then scam.
Kommando thanks for checking this out I guess I don't goto scotland afetr all, although one of my grandparents was from lesmahaegough ? spelling. I am however going to England for work then Ireland to talk to a guy about Manx parts who I have been corresponding with. Thanks again.Martin.
Today 25 Jan 2017, these ads are still there / being re-posted. You can actually report them. This is done simply by clicking on the small "prohibited" button at the top of every posting. Craigslist call this "flagging" & say that ads will be removed "if sufficient flags" are made to any post (ad). Possibly craigslist might be able to block them by blocking their I.P. address? If they can use another I.P. I would think that any scammer worth his or her salt could simply create another craigslist I.D. & start posting again. I checked another "Gold Star engine" on this so called "dealers" page as it looked familiar; yes the text & main photo was from an eBay sale of an Axtell modded DBD I saw auctioned in France last year. (A beauty too). However, with the ad for Ohlins forks I could find no matching text or image in an ad or sale elsewhere (possibly v old / deleted small ads page somewhere online so well hidden away by now) Seems unlikely they would have a genuine ad amongst all these scam ads. The lovely Bronze Triumph head turned up in a British Ironworks page as being in a 2012 eBay ad (again). Sold for £3230!
To check ads like this; Highlight main text or photo, right click, then "search google for... text" (or image) If enough of us flag these scam ads then maybe craigslist will do something like take them down. Of course the old adage always applies; "Caveat Emptor".