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How do you research a car auction?

I have a question currently about auctions. I have been reading some information since I put it on here to see what other people have already said. People have said research, find out about the cars before you go to an auction, etc. That is the problem, I don’t know how to find an auction to do the research on it or on cars that I think I may be interested in. How do I do that part? Finding the auction, doing the research on the car(s) I am interested in and doing the research on ther auction it self? Thanks.

It all depends on who hosts the car auction. If it’s your local police station, dealers, etc. You will hear it via newspaper or radio. Generally stuff like that is kept on the down low for several reasons.

More people will show (generated interest)
Which in turn drives up prices, etc.

If its an auction hosted over the internet scroll through the website and see what they have. If nothing is available then simply there really isn’t anything available.

  1. MayYouNeverFall
    June 16th, 2012 at 08:36 | #1

    It all depends on who hosts the car auction. If it’s your local police station, dealers, etc. You will hear it via newspaper or radio. Generally stuff like that is kept on the down low for several reasons.

    More people will show (generated interest)
    Which in turn drives up prices, etc.

    If its an auction hosted over the internet scroll through the website and see what they have. If nothing is available then simply there really isn’t anything available.
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