In case you haven't noticed, the page you were viewing is not for real.
It is meant to be a spoof of an imaginary Canadian version of an eBay ad (eh!), with absolutely NO ties or relation to the www.ebay.com site. Most of the links do not work, but a few of them do...
However, if you are interested in the stuffed animals shown in the eBeh ad - they are real and will soon be available online... Refer to the large selection of stuffed animals and online ordering details at soon-to-be-developed www.StuffedAnimals4u.com (a subsidiary of www.joe-ks.com).
The Joe-kster selling his Honda motorcycle? Not a chance - I need it to search for groaner joe-ks to place on www.joe-ks.com ... send me your favourite joe-k and I'll send you back absolutely nothing in return (except perhaps a few elk cookies and cow patties from my stuffed animal friends)!
Note: This is not intended to poke fun at eBay (which is an outstanding company that performs a great service). Rather, it is intended to poke fun at sellers who use eBay to scam unsuspecting people on the internet...
Joe Defries, the Joe-kster