How to Sell Car Parts

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Selling car parts, whether they are new, used or found, can be done by advertising in the local newspaper or by photographing the part, posting it on eBay and waiting for buyers all over the country to place their bids. Sell car parts on the Internet with information from a certified master mechanic in this free video on car maintenance and repairs.

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Video Transcript

Good afternoon, my name's Tom Brintzenhofe, certified master mechanic, from Reading, Pennsylvania, and today we're going to talk a little bit about how to sell car parts. Now, whether they're new, used, found along the road, anything like, anything you can find out there, there's always somebody looking for it. And sometimes it takes a little patience, but we'll we'll take this hubcap. I have an EZR valve off a Pontiac Grand Am 3.1 here, a thermostat out of an old Chevy truck, but this is, unfortunately, a new one. What you, the easiest thing to do is you just, a couple of different ways. One, you can advertise em' in a local newspaper. Sometimes, it gets a little expensive, and you don't reach too many people, except in your area. If you want to go broaden your horizon a little bit, and get all the way across the country it's amazing how much traffic you'll see in eBay. And all you need is a digital camera. Take a picture of this, post it on eBay. There's a lot of different ways you can do it, buy it now, and you can let people bid on it, whatever, and and you can get what you want for it. You can, like I said, you just take a couple pictures of these. Get a little description of what it came off of. Just make sure you're you're not sellin' junk parts on the Internet. And get a good picture of it, description, what it came off of, whether it was working or not, post it on the Internet. It's the easiest way you're going to get the most people to look at it. That's the easiest way to sell car parts.


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