I am an automotive enthusiast.
In fact, I have owned, raced, and driven all of my own cars.
But one day, I saw a Craigslist ad and thought, “Maybe I can make a deal with someone that has a car I don’t need to sell.
Maybe they can sell it for me.”
The seller told me she was in the business of selling old cars.
I was shocked.
“Are you serious?
I have a car that’s been sitting in my driveway for 13 years, it has been driven around on the street by my family and friends.
It has been a joy to drive and has been the vehicle of choice for my husband and kids for the past five years,” she said.
I had a few questions about the process and the process was very simple.
I needed a car, and I needed it soon.
The seller agreed to send me a car.
“It’s been years since I’ve driven the car and I have been on the hunt for the perfect car,” she told me.
I drove my car to a mechanic to get the car sorted.
A week later, the car was sitting on the curb.
The next day, it arrived in the garage, ready to be sold.
The mechanic told me the car had been sitting there for 13 days, and the only problem was that the tires had cracked.
“I thought maybe this was a broken down vehicle and that I was going to have to go back to the dealership and get a replacement,” she explained.
But, no, the mechanic didn’t need the car.
It was perfect.
The car was back on my street.
I called the dealership.
“They said that was the price for a new car,” I explained.
“The dealership agreed to do a full restoration,” the mechanic explained.
He told me that if I paid more than the full price, I would have to give him a credit toward the purchase price.
So, I went to the dealer and negotiated.
The dealership agreed, and they took the car to the mechanic for a full replacement.
A month later, I got my car back.
But the car has been sitting on my driveway ever since.
The dealer said that because it was a completely new car, it would take up to 10 months to restore it, and it would cost me $15,000 to do so.
I don�t know how long that will take, but it will cost me more than $7.6 million to get my car in order again.
The problem with this process is that it doesn�t work.
When you buy a car from a seller, they get to keep it for a certain amount of time, so long as they sell it at a profit.
The buyer has to pay the seller for the purchase and the seller can keep the money.
So it is an unfair business practice.
The process also isn�t very transparent because the seller and the buyer aren�t in the same room.
The owner is the one who is in charge of the car, but the seller isn�.
The sale is in the hands of a middleman, and there isn� t much transparency.
The only way to get rid of the vehicle is to sell it to someone who is willing to pay more money than you would.
I found the solution to this problem by negotiating directly with the seller.
I reached out to the seller through her Facebook page, which I discovered to be very well-established.
Her profile pictures are pictures of her with her daughter and her son.
She has a long history of selling cars, so I knew she had some credibility.
I contacted the seller to discuss the car situation.
“How much money do you want me to pay?”
“What you are looking for is a $10,000 price, but I can give you $5,000,” she replied.
I agreed to the price, and after the seller made the payment, I called her and she was ready to go.
I also contacted the dealer to discuss my concerns.
“So how long will this take?
I will take about five months to complete the process,” she responded.
She told me, “You would pay $7 million for a car worth $7k, and $7million would be $7000.
So you would need to pay $10 million.
This will take 10 months.
I can tell you that it would not take you another year to complete it.”
The seller told us that she had no intention of selling the car at the price she asked, and she would work with us to work out a deal.
After some time, she said, “I would like to make a very good offer for the car.”
I offered her a $5 million down payment and a 50% loan with no down payment or credit check.
She said, I can�t agree to that because