Listed my 67 Riv

Discussion in 'Ebay Parts and Cars' started by BQUICK, Nov 24, 2019.


    BQUICK Well-Known Member


    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    Just added a few more pics.
    Thought there would be more interest :(
    Picked a bad week to list it, I guess.....
  3. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Great car. I sold my 67 to a out of the country buyer in a listing I put on this site

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    I think starting price of 12K is reasonable.....but what do I know....I'm a racer....:rolleyes:

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    Man....not sure if I'll ever sell a car on EBAY again.
    Lots of hate mail....such as saying interior is not "totally mint" because of steering wheel crack. They all seem to do that and it's 53 yrs old!
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2019

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    No bids....what am I doing wrong?
  7. 436'd Skylark

    436'd Skylark Sweet Fancy Moses!!!!!

    Starting at your bottom line is a mistake. Better to have a buddy bid your minimum at the last minute.
  8. Buicksky

    Buicksky Silver Level contributor

    Nice Riviera! Agree with others not the best time of year to be a seller.
  9. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Buick Guru

    We forget not everyone lives in the same climate, this is car show season in the south so those buyers have no reason to wait to buy. That said, holiday season people’s money is tied up, be patient and resist after Christmas.
  10. BYoung

    BYoung Stage me

    I'm guessing the time of the year is holding back a few sales. Your Riviera, Jason's car, Kooch's car. Keep at it, a buyer that must have it will come along.
  11. BQUICK

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    1800 views and 53 watchers had me optimistic
  12. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Buick Guru

    Most are probably forum members LOL
  13. PCUB


    I would try again after the holidays when people are tired of winter and looking to get back into hobby . Good cars sell themselves and I'm guessing there is a buyer waiting for a nice ride like yours!
  14. lemmy-67

    lemmy-67 Gold Level Contributor

    2nd-generation Rivieras generally don't get much love from the: "investor," class of auto enthusiasts....just my observation. From a fit-form-function and practicality standpoint, they're my #1 & would I drive mine every day if I could.

    We're about 5 years into a generational change where normal people can't own *any* vehicles, let alone a classic car. The model USA home of today is a 1-2 bedroom flat with no parking, no private yards or entryway, where you take public transit or lyft/uber-boober rides to your job or other social functions & nobody even has any concept of vehicles or how to drive. Only the super-rich have vehicles, which they drive on their private lands, or they have chauffeurs to drive them all over.
  15. Nailhead

    Nailhead Gold Level Contributor

    I was one of the watchers and thought you had a really good chance since it was priced reasonably and no reserve. Next time you might try posting a link to the sale on the BCA and ROA forums. BTW, I'm in Cambridge almost every weekend and then some, and don't recall seeing your car---does it get out much?
  16. BQUICK

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    Not much....went to Ocean City cruise in the fall....otherwise just exercise it a few times a year. It has a few project cars blocked in that need attention.
  17. BQUICK

    BQUICK Well-Known Member

    Any watchers interested? Otherwise I will try again in the late spring 2020.
  18. My3Buicks

    My3Buicks Buick Guru

    You will want to get it on before late spring, people start looking after the holidays so they have a few months to work on them before the cruise season begins. Def want it on by at least the end of March.

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