Before selling a 1968 Ford Torino GT Fastback, know the market and understand the best place to try to sell the car, based on this market. Look up the value of the car based on its condition and set the price accordingly. Edmunds offers an appraisal tool for this purpose.
Sellers should always be sure to have the car's paperwork in order before offering it for sale. The title needs to be clear and it must be in the seller's possession. A good idea is to check with the state to be sure it does not require an inspection or emissions test before selling.
Autotrader.com recommends giving the car a thorough inspection before selling. Sellers should never try to sell a car with major body damage, old tires or other problems, as most buyers walk away from damaged cars. By washing and waxing the outside of the car and thoroughly cleaning the inside, the value of the Ford Torino GT Fastback may even increase.
One necessary step is to find the best place to advertise the car. Social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, allow sellers to spread the word, and listing the vehicle on sites such as Craigslist.org is free. When selling a car, sellers must always be available to take phone calls and texts from potential buyers.
After researching the value of the car, create an ad that helps the seller receive the asking price. For example, using terms like "or best offer" or "must sell" is unnecessary if negotiations are not an option.