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The attraction of selling your car on your own boils down to one thing: you have a chance to make more money. What more reason do you need? Selling your car on your own is a great way to go IF you can pull it off. And that's a big "if." There are several risks involved when you sell your car on your own that you may not want to bother with, or they may make it impossible for you to sell your car on your own. If trying to sell your car on your own does nothing else, it makes you appreciate those who sell cars for a living. Selling your car is tough. We like to imagine that all we'll have to do is put a "For Sale By Owner" sign in our window and people will beat our door down until we sell them our car. It doesn't take long to realize this isn't going to happen. Generally speaking, selling your car is the least convenient and most profitable option while trading it is the most convenient and least profitable. Again, this is generally speaking. There are exceptions to every rule. Based on this rule, if getting the most for your car is worth the time, effort, and risk involved, sell it. If not, trade it in. But don't walk into selling your car on your own blindly without understanding what you are trying to do. I don't have to educate you on the amount of identity theft, robbery, fraud, and other crimes that can take place on sites like Craigslist and eBay. If you are going to avoid getting burned, you need to do your homework. Selling a car is a major financial transaction and one that should be done with caution. Before selling, any of your good cars makes sure that the title of the car is available, and then visit a mechanic to check for it any problems and get it cleaned to impress any potential buyers. Remember that you are doing this to get big money for any cars that are still in good working condition. If you are looking to get money for cars you are selling you need only to assure that said the car has a title and you need an assessment value to ensure that you are getting the maximum value for cars you are selling. The next step is to find a potential buyer in the car market who pays good money for any vehicle that are still good and advertising in print or online is the best way to do it. Seasons have an effect on said market so it's easy to find people who will pay for cars that are in demand during the said season. Any potential buyers will pay good money for cars that are family sedans for any basic inexpensive during the spring break or summer holidays. It is a slow time to sell cars during fall and winter is hard, but if you do know of someone who is willing to pay cash for cars you're selling during said seasons let them know that you have what they need. There is also a market for people who pay cash for the cars that are classified as collector cars like a 1966 Ford Mustang GT and a 1940 Ford Custom. Such cars take some time before being sold because said buyer will want to evaluate the price of the car first. However, with the right buyer expect goodly sum of cash for the cars that you are buyer has taken a fancy. Now you are thinking of getting cash for the cars that you have around. Let the buyer know what body parts and systems don't work anymore and you must also let the buyer know which parts are missing. Try getting your junk cars repaired; you can expect a buyer to pay more cash for junk cars that are working and road worthy.