If you are even remotely serious about fishing the market for your car, you need to list it properly. That means: detailed pictures, recent maintenance, full list of options and/or modifications, mileage and price. Do it as if you are looking for a fire sale tomorrow morning. It's the only way to garner any real interest. I can't fathom how sellers do not comprehend this. You are a seller, that means you are trying to convince someone to spend their money with YOU and not elsewhere. The onus is on YOU to make a presentable case.
When people see broken, disjointed "listings" devoid of necessary information, they have ZERO interest in pursuing your ad and move to the next one, and you lose out.
Put some effort in and make a proper listing. It's not difficult.
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