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Posted by westranch (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 19, 10 at 16:49

Are there any good. free websites for selling classic cars online? I've got a nice '77 T-Bird I'd like to sell for a very fair price. Always garaged, original owner's placard and purchase papers. Never a night outside. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks.


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RE: Free Web Auto Advertising

You get what you pay for, sometimes less.

If its worth anything, use one of the better sites to get it advertised, its not that expensive. Plus you could always use E-bay.


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That car is crying out to be advertised on an owners club website or at a classic car exhibition. Do that and you'll have it sold for a fair price in five minutes. There must be t-bird clubs you can google and keep a lookout online and in the local press for classic car shows. If you have an enquiry from overseas I can help with shipping.

Here is a link that might be useful: ship anything anywhere


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Forgot to say I remember that era T-Bird, and they were one of my favorite cars as a brand new mechanic. Do you have the crystal matching collored hood emblem?


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This particular car has the 351 Windsor, pw/pdl/pb/ps, full vinyl interior with front center armrests. AM/FM stereo with working 8-track. Polar white with brown top and side mouldings. Original T-Bird wire wheel covers. No rust, dents, or scratches, nice chrome. I would like to sell it for around $3500.00


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I would think its worth more than that. Have it appraised.


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John_g, you may be right. I checked classic car trader online and the highest asking price was $10K, the lowest was $2800. My car is in a lot better condition than the lowest on that site. Thanks.


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Do you have a picture of it you'd like to share?


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Log onto www.autotraderclassics.com. Key search. 1977 Ford Thunderbird. It will be at the bottom of the page.


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