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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by fozworth, Jan 17, 2011.

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    I'm selling my A4 avant s line and wondered if anyone can recomend and specialised sites.I have it advertised on here and also ,vzi,edition 38 and pistonheads. But obviously the more the , the better chance I have of selling.
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    sold my past 3 cars on ebay. always seems to sell for a good price :)
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    Do they take a big chunk?
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    think i only lost intween £30-£40. using ebay motors they seem to take less of a cut compared to normal
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    Autotrader, ebay or pistonheads!
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    I have previously used Pistonheads, Autotrader and eBay and would say the most response was from eBay. I would advise when posting an add on eBay make sure you post it as a classified add rather than an auction. Good luck with the sale.
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    Why not an auction?
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    pistonheads! and its free and trader
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    Because they could win it at a price your not happy with and will cost you a fortune if you sell it through ebay, just advertise it on ebay and let them purchase it in person.
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    Autotrader.

    Just make sure you write a really good ad and not just five lines. Show people you really have cared for the car etc!
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    I went on eBay and did a mock add and for a classified one it's £18 . Is that all they take or is there a final fee.?
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    If its a classified I don't see how there can be a final fee.

    If its an auction there is a final fee based on % of the final sale price.
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    Cool I check again.
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