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Selling a vehicle for the best price requires a well thought out marketing plan, good pictures and other preparations. Here are some suggestions that might help:

1958 Plymouth Fury

1958 Plymouth Fury

1. Assure your knowledge is up to date


2. Create a scrapbook for the buyer



3. Research the current market


No matter how valuable you think your vehicle is,
it will be difficult to find someone who agrees
and even harder to find someone willing to pay that price.

4. Create a marketing plan


Search For Your Favorite Vehicle
Enter keywords (Ex: 1919 Ford, black) or filter

5. Prepare description and pictures for classified ads


6. Prepare for the first visit and initial inspection


7. When the call comes from a prospective buyer


Do not release the vehicle or title
until all documents have been signed and
you have received payment in full.

8. When you make the deal


9. If the buyer leaves without committing to buy the vehicle


10. If a prospective buyer does not return


11. If the vehicle is to be picked up by a transportation company


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