Customers can find used monster trucks for sale on specialty classifieds sites such as RacingJunk.com, Cars-On-Line.com and Festivales-and-Shows.com as well as general classifieds sites such as Craigslist.org. Auction sites such as eBay also commonly offer listings for used monster trucks of various makes and models.
Listings for used monster trucks on RackingJunk.com feature pictures of each truck, a description of its current condition and details about the seller's preferred payment method and whether or not they accept trades. Each listing also contains a section in which the seller can enter contact information, such as email addresses or phone numbers. Buyers can also view the seller's profile from the listing, along with information about the seller's history on the site, including feedback provided by past buyers.
The auction site eBay.com also contains a seller rating system that allows buyers to determine the seller's trustworthiness before committing to a purchase. All feedback is created by other site users who have participated in a transaction with the seller, so buyers do not need to worry about false reviews.
Craigslist does not feature any feedback system for users, as of March 2015. As such, buyers should exercise caution if meeting a seller in person.