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Poncho Master!

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Selling a car at a flea market car corral


Anyone had success at selling a car at a Car Corral Flea Market.

Had the Impala for 44 years and it is time to recoup some of my investment

 

67 Plus EXTRAS.

1967 Body Mounted on a 1968 Chev Station Wagon frame.

Frame components Acid dipped and Epoxy Enameled

4 piston Disc brake calipers

Rear drum brakes

Stainless steel gas and brake lines.

350 GM Crate Engine

EFI Fuel Injection

TH350 3 speed Automatic

Classic Auto Air Conditioning

Aluminum Radiator with forward mounted fan

Cruise Control with Tilt Steering

Variable speed windshield wipers

3.08 rear gears and axles

Hella High & Low beam quarts headlights.

Recent new battery

Interior floor pan coated with Lizard Skin

New Headliner

3 point seat belts in front seat

Big Block springs in front to keep headers from hitting.

Steering  gear updated to 2.5 turns

Full gauge package and mini Tachometer

Retrosound Model 3 with Bluetooth and Amp in trunk

Global Western Lower Control Arms

UMI rear upper control arms.

Rear quarter panels replaced 25 years ago

Featured in Old Autos   August 2012

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Poncho Master!

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Never any luck at a show or flea market altho I have bought cars there....smile.

Bought and sold numerous cars at the Toronto auction in 90's and 2000's but it is expensive.

Try Old Autos, very concentrated market there.

I find too many low ballers and tire kickers come out of Kijiji and will not sell on there.

Buddy sold his 61 Ventura on this site and had numerous calls, also sold his Vette to a fellow in

New Zealand that saw it on here.....   classiccars.com

glwts



-- Edited by bjburnout on Tuesday 21st of March 2023 11:13:59 AM

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Cliff, I'd take BJ's advice and go with OLD AUTOS. I had nothing but "tire kickers & low balls"+ many wanting to trade JUNK from KIJJI when I put the 409 Impala up " Fur SAIL" there. Ad in O A worked better. 409 is now in NZ but broker "fell in love" with wagon and is having to decide whether to sell it to buyer in NZ or keep it!! If you Price it right [not wanting to get rich] it will sell!! Over Price & you'll be sitting on it, just leave a bit of wiggle room If you've dumped too much into car and are "underwater" your not going to recoup investment!!! Your car is BEAUTIFULL don't get me wrong but 67 IMPALA is not as desirable as others [ IMOP] There's someone out there!!!!! Just have to find that person

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I'd try Bring a Trailer. I think it's a flat rate ($350 USD) with no commission. They have about the biggest audience of all the online car auctions these days.


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https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/winnipeg/looking-for-67-68-impala-fastback/1651340761

 

hi cliff - this ad is posted in winnipeg kijiji



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Thanks

Just sent a reply..... see what  happens

Mentioned I have a 5 page word document detailing the history of the car



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As others have noted, I have also bought cars at big flea markets, but have never sold one.

I wish you good luck Cliff. I'm hoping one benefit for you is that you are centrally located in Canada, relatively close to the US border.

I'm trying to sell one of my cars from one extreme end of the country  - on an Island no less - and let me tell you it's not easy to attract buyers.

I'm considering online auctions this year. 



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