Hi Bryan, Have your heard of Cars and Bids? Like CarsandBids.com I would reach out to them and inquire if they would accept your vehicle for auction. I recall their business model is a transaction fee that is charged to both buyer and seller at an amount of anywhere between 4-5% of the transaction with a limit imposed at $4,500. However the reviews I'm seeing from other sellers is the process took them about 1 month to prepare the listing for auction. I will admit, I look through their platform all the time. Here and there I have made a few bids realizing the purchase was at or near Level 1 and 2 values sight unseen. There's just something about auctions that make a product much more desirable. I think auctions are fun because it's not only a purchase it really brings on a competition. I try not to buy my cars from auctions for that matter, but I would probably bid farewell to my cars in that manner ... if ever
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Key to your post (to me) is "1987 original" Great chance various rubber lines and such are decaying (from the inside). Old gas isn't nice either. Partly why I find it funny when people go nuts over a "pickled" car. Odds are it's a very unreliable or even non-running car with all the original bits on it. Low mileage museum cars (for example) often need a lot of work to get back running if they have sat for a while --let alone years. Good luck getting your Porsche out on the road!
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