The subject line of my post pretty much says it all. I have an older classic car (1974 Gran Torino Elite, for those who care) that I need to sell. Several friends of mine have suggested listing my car on KSL.com, but I'd like to hear from those who have sold their cars on KSL before I list mine for sale. Obviously, I'm looking to get at least fair market value for the car, but my main concerns are scam artists and phony checks or money orders. I'd appreciate any advice about selling my car on KSL, as this is my first attempt at selling a car online. Thanks!
Wow--37 views and no replies? I take it that no one here has ever sold a car on KSL, or knows someone who has, then. Guess I'll have to take my chances because I need to turn my classic car into cash ASAP!
A friend of mine is trying to sell her dearly-departed dad's travel trailer and listed it on KSL. The responses she received were mostly scam artists who were super-willing to pay much more than the asking price in return for cashing a check drawn on the bank of Scamatropolis. It's sad....she doesn't need a trailer but she can't find a good way to get the word out....
Thanks much for the info, Lee. The scam artists are one of the reasons I've resisted listing my car on KSL thus far. I've found a couple of web sites recently which specialize in selling classic and collector cars like mine, so I may try them first. I could always just try to sell the car to a dealer, but as we all know some of them are just a few steps above the scammers that your friend has been dealing with.
Last Edit: Jun 21, 2017 15:40:17 GMT -7 by David: grammar