[DML] Re: How to sell a DeLorean (Ebay is Now a Bargain)
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[DML] Re: How to sell a DeLorean (Ebay is Now a Bargain)

I have to disagree....

Ebay IS NOW one of the best deals in selling  your Delorean(or any 
car).....Let me explain...

For the people that do not know Ebay CHANGED all their financial 
rules on selling a car on their site...believe it or not there is NO 
CHARGE to post your car on Ebay(posting fees)and they changed the 
final value fee to a FLAT $125.00,thats right no matter HOW LONG it 
takes to sell your car(Delorean) you can renew your ORIGNAL posting
(the key word here is the orignal posting)you can sell up to FOUR 
cars a year without any posting fees,after that it is $20.00 per 
postings per car(vehicle).
Just remember if your Delorean does not sell to make sure to renew 
the ORIGNAL posting otherwise if you repost it as a new auction it 
will be counted as a new posting and go against the four free 
Vehicles for sale postings
Again NO Matter if your Delorean sells in one week or it takes six 
months as long as it does not sell you can renew your posting on Ebay 
until it sells and only pay one flat selling fee!!!! And if it never 
sells or you sell local there is no fees at all! So in a nutshell you 
CAN ask your selling price without fear of it costing you a arm and 
leg in Ebay weekly posting fees(old $40..00 per week now $00.00 or 
free) or their old percentage closing fees(a arm and a leg now a flat 
$125.00 fee and ONLY when and if it sells)

vin 1024

 --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John" <jdm5@...> wrote:
> EBay is definitely any sellers achilles heel. The market for our 
> vehicles is a mixed bag of good and bad reviews, and most of the 
> come from people buying these low mileage "garage queen" cars that 
> need most everything replaced but nothing has been. When the 
> hoses burst, belts snap, etc.., then they are the biggest advocates 
> of how bad the cars are.
> IMHO, when the time comes to sell mine, it will be done without a 
> rush, and if I can repeat a phrase I heard from another driver 
> that: "it belongs in a museum". I agree. It is a work of art, from 
> another era, and I treat it that way.
> I would recommend:
> 1. That you put together a professional looking dossier to hand out 
> to interested parties. 
> 2. Have a professional appraisal. I had mine done last year (cost 
> $175) at $29,000.
> 3. Assemble all receipts, pictures, a printout of the KBB value and 
> put in a .pdf file. Print in color, and put into a report 
> cover/binder.
> If you take the time to look organized and professional, most will 
> assume you are the same with care and maintenance.
> john
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cruznmd" <racuti1@> wrote:
> >
> > I mostly agree with this statement. You can always "give" the car 
> > away without difficulty. Getting what it's really worth may take 
> > bit of work.
> > 
> > I've considered selling mine recently. I'm not in any kind of 
> > financial straits so I wouldn't let it go for less than I feel 
> > worth, the market be damned. If I don't get my price, oh well.
> > 
> > We as a community kind of dig our own hole as far as the car's 
> worth 
> > is concerned. People keep selling "pristine, low mileage" cars 
> > have been stored forever and don't run for too little money. If 
> > feel that the cars are truly valuable, then we need to quit 
> > them away on eBay and make people pay for them.
> > 
> > Not that I enjoy invoking Claude's name, but I believe he has a 
> > spreadsheet that tracks all eBay sales of DeLoreans over a 
> > considerable span of time. Maybe he'll share it and you can see 
> > trend.
> > 
> > Rich A.
> > 
> > --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I have only ever sold one DeLorean, but I have looked at plenty 
> for 
> > sale (mostly for other people).
> > > 
> > > Your sales method depends a lot on your goals.  If you are 
> looking 
> > for a quick sale, E-Bay is the way to go.  Take lots of photos, 
> > include a few of the frame (most people don't do this).  You will 
> > probably get a reasonable amount of money for the car.  More, if 
> you 
> > are willing to export (the weak US dollar makes it cheap to 
> > American cars).
> > > 
> > > On the other hand, if you are in no rush and want to get what 
> > think the car is worth, you can list it in various classified 
> > advertisements both in print and electronic.  It may take weeks 
> > even months (in this bad economy) to find a buyer willing to pay, 
> but 
> > in most cases if your asking price is not unreasonable you will 
> > it.  You may also want to see if your vendor knows of anyone 
> looking 
> > to buy.
> > > 
> > > 
> > > 
> > > 
> > > --- On Tue, 10/7/08, John Slupski <jslupski@> wrote:
> > > 
> > > > Any thoughts/experiences on the best way to sell a D -
> > > > Ebay, DeLorean 
> > > > web sites, this mailing list?  Thanks for your help with
> > > > what is truly 
> > > > a sad day for me.
> > > /
> > >
> >


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