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When I get back to the states, one of my top priorities, is to sell my 71 mustang FB.
I am not going to put it on Ebay, but there are several other online car sale sites.
Have any of you used anything recently, that you have had good results with?

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Just my take which doesn't mean much but I've never heard of this site, looks like quite a few vehicles that have been on there a while and not a ton to chose from.

This site http://www.cars-on-line.com/mercury.html seems to be interesting to me but I've never used it. I'm not an ebay fan nowadays but I see that some cars that are well represented with a lot of pictures, tons of information on the vehicle and a reasonable price seem to sell. I've sold a handfull of cars on ebay and in general have had good luck. I think it's like anything though...you gotta get the right person for the right car and it may take more than one listing if the car doesn't sell.

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If it free to post can't hurt post for free everywhere you can...you used to be able to have a free classified ad on eBay, it only goes out to within like 200 miles but it is free...I know I bought a great car off eBay that way...also post on all the mustang forums that you can I know some are free and others you have to be a member for some amount of time
 

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Aside from the occasional scam attempt, I have had good luck with craigslist. It's free and there are serious buyers if you know how to screen them. I am about done with feebay. You could also post the info here.....Pat Price
 
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