What is a fair way to evaluate and sell your left over parts? ebay listings?
I bought a set of covers for my buckets off of here from a guy for $60 which I thought was real fair.I wouldn't mind giving some things away but, I would like a little cash to recoup on some of the build costs. Like my front bucket seats for instance, they were recovered prior to me buying the car and Im not using them. And I have new black covers that came in an upholstery kit I bought. I think they should be worth something.
+1, if your not comfortable at such a low starting bid, start the bid at the very low end of what you'll take and watch it bid up! This method has mostly served me well. I sold my original shaker setup, which turned out was a mutt (mixed pieces), for $1500 back in 07. The buyer was thrilled ( I media blasted it entirely and took LOTS of pictures) and the money helped in the rebuild. Sell the stuff and move on I say.Put them on ebay with no reserve and a starting bid of $9.99. Don't screw them on the shipping.
That's what I do. You will be surprised what some stuff sells for.
IMO this method attracts the max number of buyers.
Depends on what you got. I was trying to give stuff away then a moderator, not on this board, gave be a rash of $hit so I stopped and took just about everything to the scrap yard.with the aftermarket, are used stock front suspension parts worth anything or should I just scrap them?
Everything really... Upper/lower control arms, sway bar, spindles, pitman arm, etc. All the bushings are shot but could be replaced. Just don't know if I could even give that stuff away with the potency of the aftermarket.Depends on what you got. I was trying to give stuff away then a moderator, not on this board, gave be a rash of $hit so I stopped and took just about everything to the scrap yard.