I've gotten my S60R fixed and have decided that I want to sell it. I reached out to Cars and Bids and I think I want a reserve. Nothing wild, I know what an automatic R car is worth. But I also know my color combo holds a premium over a "regular" color combo. C&B got back to me and suggested I go with a no reserve auction.
I've sold many vehicles via eBay, all with a reserve. The no reserve auction makes me extremely nervous. If there was ever going to be an auction that "slips through the cracks" so to speak, it would most certainly be mine and I'd be out thousands.Hi BurgerBob. Doug DeMuro here. I sit here and examine M3s and Mustangs all day, and then something like this comes in and puts a huge smile on my face. Flash Green over Atacama -- how cool. Thank you for submitting it!
Would you be willing to do a no reserve auction? We think this one will do very well and I promise to blow it up on my social media when it's live -- let me know. We could give you the $X reserve if you want it, but we've generally found that no reserve auctions just get way more traffic, especially with the social media boost.
So TCL, have you any experience with no reserve online auctions? Or live auctions for that matter.. I just don't want to lose anymore money that I already have in searching for the elusive stage 0 S60R.
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