The Datsun 240Z was blessed with excellence. Not because it was a feat of technological brilliance. It didn’t offer revolutionary styling that turned the industry around, nor did it deliver economy or performance that set it apart from its contemporaries. The Datsun 240Z‘s greatness is derived from the combination of evocative if derivative styling,competent engineering, better-than-average performance and low price. The standard automotive buyer of the late-Sixties couldn’t afford a Jaguar E-Type, but she or he could afford a 240Z. Read more . . .
Selling your car can be a long and drawn out process if done the wrong way. Save yourself some time and money by following the steps below:
- Research the value before you place a classified ad. Too high a price will scare people away.
- Take into consideration the mileage, condition, and the records you have kept. People will be more willing to buy a car if you kept good records of all maintenance.
- When arriving at an asking price look at several online sources and get an average cost. Most sites use different databases for pricing information and your best price is an average from all of the sites. Read more . . .
How much is your time worth? No, this is not a rhetorical question; it is something you should immediately determine if you are considering selling your current vehicle yourself rather than trading it in, especially if you are about to buy a new vehicle.
If you don’t figure out what your time is worth, you might well spend costly hour upon hour engaging in amateur salesmanship only to find you would have been better off trading the old boat in to the dealer where you purchased your new car. Or, conversely, you might discover that selling your car yourself is more than worth your while. Read more . . .