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    I sold a car on eBay about eight years ago. Be sure to have a reserve with which you won't be disappointed. Do not run it without a reserve. That only really works with something that is genuinely collectible or exclusive. You could probably get your current asking price or even more on eBay or BAT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
    And the lower intake.
    I knew someone would say that. Let's not forget the distributor, TFI module and EGR valve!

    Yeah, put it on Ebay. A colleague of mine just sold (well, his dad just sold) his 1930(?) Model A for $25,000 to a guy in the Netherlands. It looked minty but Christ, 25k for something that barely does 50mph? LMBO.
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    Good for him. A car is worth what someone will pay for it imo. As long as it's an honest deal, it's good for both parties.

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    Full size American cars seem to be popular in the BeNeLux area of Europe along with the Scandinavian countries. Couldn't hurt to list it on eBay and make sure it's also viewable over there. Most people speak English there, so it's not like you would need to translate it or anything.
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    I read an article about that 5 years ago or so. I found it ironic that Europeans seem to care more about our cars than we do.
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    Be aware of the fees eBay will charge you on a successful auction and note that the ebay motors auctions are NON-BINDING. Which means either party can ditch.

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    360 in the truck? That intake design with half the valve cover sealing area on the intake and half on the head is pretty distinctive. Honestly always though it was damned stupid. The oil always seems to dribble at the point where they meet.

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