Used Cars For Sale By Owner
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When selling your own car, there are several different methods that will help your vehicle a new owner. The first thing is to find out the Galves.com value of
your vehicle. You can look this up online and choose the Private Party Value. You'll get a pretty good idea of what you can get for the car.
The first thing is to find out the Galves.com value of your vehicle. You can look this up online and choose Selling A Used Car section. You'll get a pretty good idea of what you
can get for the car. Someone looking for a used car will probably know how to do this too, so don't expect to get $3,000 for that 1996 Chevy Cavalier.
The next thing you need to do is to make the car presentable for purchase. You must clean the car from the inside to the outside. That means taking it to the car
wash and washing the engine too. When the customer opens the hood, they'll be pretty impressed with a clean engine. While cleaning under the hood, be sure to
change all fluids and flush the transmission. Change the air and oil filters too, and replace any worn belts. Fill the window washer container and clean off the battery terminals. Vacuum it out and replace any worn floor mats.
Before spending money on a classified ad, try word-of-mouth first. Put the word out at work that you're selling your car. One of the best times to sell a car is
just before high school graduation. Parents are looking to get decent cars for kids because they don't want to be hassled carting them around all summer. You
can even use social networking sites to put the word out on your own personal page. There are also sites like Craigslist that will let you list the car for free.
Both methods of selling require great pictures that offer extensive detail of the whole car in and out.
Most important: Be honest. Don't make the car sound better than it actually is. And by all means, don't sell a car that won't pass inspections or is dangerous to
drive. If it's a hunk of junk, pay someone to take it to the junkyard.