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I was wondering if anybody could help me out. I'm looking to sell my 67 on ebay. The reason, I wanna sell it on ebay is because anyone around here will just see it as junk.....and i know there some folks out there in cyber space with deep pockets and plenty of time for a poor ol' 67 in dire need of help. i mean it needs floor pans(which i have) quarters, wiring harness, interior, engine, tranny, core support etc. other than that the car is structurally sound.
My question is how in the world would i ship it if i wind up selling it?? would a shipping company come and pick up a disasembled, rusty mustang? would i have to take it somehwere? how do these things work?
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On 2006-03-16 18:26, smuttysmith385 wrote:
My question is how in the world would i ship it if i wind up selling it?? would a shipping company come and pick up a disasembled, rusty mustang? would i have to take it somehwere? how do these things work?
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Selling a car on eBay isn't like selling a carburetor. All that I've ever seen (or bought) stated right in the listing that shipping was the buyer's responsibility. There are auto shippers who will deliver a non-runner, but they're expensive. Most folks either rent or own a stretcher and come pick 'em up themselves.

Jan

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: tbirdchick on 3/17/06 9:16pm ]</font>
 

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Yep, just like Tbird said, almost always it's listed as the buyers responsibility. Plus there are shippers that are signed on with Ebay, so when you are buying a car through Ebay, you can contact them for a quote. Just make sure that you clearly state it in your desription...all too often people don't read to the end of an auction regarding shipping...and I always like to list anything I sell that is automotive related as used, with no warrenty or guarantees...just to cover myself. Good luck!
Mike



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$350 or best offer, its gotta go, i work on wrecked cars all day and dont wanna even look at that one when i get home.
Yeah, i understand the buyers responsibility part, i was just curious how it would play out.
 

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i live in mobile alabama, its at the bottom unfortunatly
 

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There's lots of money is Florida. Even more in and around Atlanta. Advertise it there.

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