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Old 07-31-2006, 11:34 PM   #1
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Where is a good place to try and sell a car. My mom is trying to sell her Dodge Caravan Wheelchair Conversion. I don't think i am going to venture into ebay. So where else would you guys reccommend. We are trying to sell it localy, but we would like to get the word out a little further.


Also: Does anyone know of a way i can find out the blue book value on a vehicle like that? KBB dosn't have an option for wheelchair ramp.
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Craigslist is excellent, but they have had severe problems lately with scammers flagging people ads, hence getting them deleted and the scammers post their ads. Then the scammers lash out in the help desk calling people retards. It used to be a great site.
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Where is a good place to try and sell a car. My mom is trying to sell her Dodge Caravan Wheelchair Conversion. I don't think i am going to venture into ebay. So where else would you guys reccommend. We are trying to sell it localy, but we would like to get the word out a little further.


Also: Does anyone know of a way i can find out the blue book value on a vehicle like that? KBB dosn't have an option for wheelchair ramp.

See what past E-bay auctions have ended at for the Wheelchair optioned caravans. That should give you a number to go with.
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Try www.keepitlocal.com for selling it. And there'* gotta be a site that discusses what options like the ramp would be worth.
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