Selling cars in bulk....

Selling cars in bulk....

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WHoSaidThis

Original Poster:

42 posts

46 months

Monday 14th June
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Car trader has access to large private car sellers (1000+) and wants to see if there is a faster way to get prices for selling the 'stock' quickly

So maybe going to the likes or WeBuyAnyCar or jamjar etc but these companies only allow for a certain number of 'sale' queries on their websites before they restrict you and obviously not very good time-wise either.

Are there are any larger car buying companies or auction houses or heck even tech companies (or any other services) that would let you bulk check the 'stock' and give you a price against each car.

Dimebars

495 posts

61 months

Monday 14th June
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A proper trader would have access to CAP online

Failing that, slog through Autotrader and compare what else is out there

WHoSaidThis

Original Poster:

42 posts

46 months

Monday 14th June
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Dimebars said:
A proper trader would have access to CAP online
Thank you and apologies. what is CAP online? I have googled and cannot see anything obvious

WHoSaidThis

Original Poster:

42 posts

46 months

Monday 14th June
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Dimebars said:
A proper trader would have access to CAP online
Did you mean these?: https://www.cap-hpi.com/sectors/dealership-traders

If yes, then they don't buy cars. they just do valuations.
If no, then who, please?


123DWA

731 posts

70 months

Monday 14th June
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WHoSaidThis said:
Car trader has access to large private car sellers (1000+) and wants to see if there is a faster way to get prices for selling the 'stock' quickly

So maybe going to the likes or WeBuyAnyCar or jamjar etc but these companies only allow for a certain number of 'sale' queries on their websites before they restrict you and obviously not very good time-wise either.

Are there are any larger car buying companies or auction houses or heck even tech companies (or any other services) that would let you bulk check the 'stock' and give you a price against each car.
AutoTrader will do this, just pop in the reg & mileage & it will give you the market valuation for it. Assuming you have a trade account, which with that many cars, I'm guessing you will.

WHoSaidThis

Original Poster:

42 posts

46 months

Monday 14th June
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123DWA said:
AutoTrader will do this, just pop in the reg & mileage & it will give you the market valuation for it. Assuming you have a trade account, which with that many cars, I'm guessing you will.
Thanks but I am NOT after just the valuation but also the ability to sell the car. So think, webuyanycar but bigger or similar who operates at a commercial level too?

Edited by WHoSaidThis on Monday 14th June 16:13

Pastor Of Muppets

1,169 posts

29 months

Monday 14th June
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Copart, they dont just sell salvage cars, traders or private individuals also sell their cars with them.

CRA1G

4,873 posts

162 months

Monday 14th June
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WHoSaidThis said:
Thanks but I am NOT after just the valuation but also the ability to sell the car. So think, webuyanycar but bigger or similar who operates at a commercial level too?

Edited by WHoSaidThis on Monday 14th June 16:13
You have to be the registered keeper with matching photo ID and owned the vehicle for at least three months before you can sell to Webuyanycar or other similar sites.

The Rotrex Kid

24,605 posts

127 months

Monday 14th June
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www.dealer auction.co.uk

Trade to trade, you can do fixed prices or auction.