Post by theancientone on May 31, 2017 18:15:13 GMT
Trying a different approach to £14995. With the emphasis that it's a private sale. As remarked elsewhere, always makes me suspect it's a trader who's taken the car in part exchange, and doesn't want any liability under the Sale Of Goods Act. www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182599776503
I appreciate that buyers need to be warned if a sale looks suspect but what if it is a true private sale?
There would be no liability there either.
At the end of the day something is only worth what a buyer is prepared to pay so that will dictate the price.
Last Edit: May 31, 2017 18:33:45 GMT by kiwicanfly
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Post by theancientone on May 31, 2017 18:52:55 GMT
My naive belief is that authentic private sales generally don't even mention, let alone emphasise that they're private. It's usually implicit in the wording. Conversely some adverts read as if they're not necessarily private, and when they then emphasise that they are private it raises my suspicions. But, as I've evidenced on here many times, I'm usually wrong!