vegas_ss· Premium Member
I've been watching and participating (buying and selling) for the past few years and can offer this insight...Maybe. I am giving it a good think.
Actually ~$19k with auction fees... Funny thing about auctions is you never know who the bidders will be I did buy and sell a car at auction and will be selling my 87 tbird turbo coupe later in the spring or early summer. That I will put at no reserve...I can't believe a stock GT with over 120k miles sold for $18k. I figured this to be a $12k car. Congratulations to the seller.
Add to that the fact that it had an accident history. I would have gone for it at $12k, figuring the auction fee, transport, and T & L on top of that. All in at $15k would still have been a decent buy.I can't believe a stock GT with over 120k miles sold for $18k. I figured this to be a $12k car. Congratulations to the seller.
Exactly!!! The point with auctions is how you present the vehicle... My Impala Auction July 2022The seller was incredibly savvy. Lure them in with no reserve, wow them with something like 268 photos, including detail of the undercarriage. Records to the point of every time he put gas in the car - let the bidding war begin! And it did, bringing a suprising amount of money.