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I have been watching the sales of CLK's on EBAY and have noticed that most of the cars are not selling at the sellers' initial asking price. Is it because the sellers are asking too much for the cars or is it because CLK's are not worth the money?<br> <br> Lets have an open discussion around this matter.<br> <br> Thanks,<br> Terry
 
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Re: Would you buy a car without seeing it in person first? I wouldn't.

There just selling them too damn much. Their waiting for someone dumb to come around and buy it from them. <br> <br>
 
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I would. :)

WEll it depends. IF your looking for a car then why not. I got mine off e bay and the car is great. However the owner was little confused about some options he thought he had that he didnt but......<br> <br> If you are shopping on e bay..... I do every day... ITs like a drug once you start you cant stop.....every morning at 8:15, i run through the MBN, Porshces, and BMW, just to see what is out there. then at about 6:00 i do the run again.... IF you do this at least once aday you will see which cars are good and bad..... For example. There has a been a 750 bmw on there for 3 months. <br> A supra for 6. However on benz. there are not a lot of CLKs showing on there.... <br> <br> Also there are binded by a contract. If the car is not 100% what they say you dont haveto take it.<br> <br> I bought mine off e bay, and have sold 2 on there.... The system works, just watch it for a week or so before you bid!
 
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Anyone sold a California car on EBay for which they had to pay off a lease?

If so, how did it work for you? In California you must register a car within 10 days after paying off a lease or you must pay sales tax. This means the person who buys your car must register it within 10 days or you pay sales tax and they pay sales tax. Has anyone had luck with this on an Ebay sale?
 
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