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Buying cars online..

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Where's the best place to do so? Autotraider makes me sad. Any other places? Other than eBay? Thanks.

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www.collectorcartraderonline.com

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not"on line" but usually enthusiast maintained BMWs of all vintages. I think Hemmings may have an on line section. Most of the Marque Clubs have a " for sale" section that will include web based ads and pics. That is how I look at cool non BMW cars- I go to the enthusiast sites and get into the for sale section. Too much crap to wade through with autotrader, and the 1 picture tends to be poor, even with specificity as to make. model, etc. I dont waste time with Craig's list= no pictures that i have seen accompanying car ads. I wont spend any time with an ad that does not have good pictures of the car for sale. It is just too easy today to make pictures available. Dont want to waste time driving out to see a loser car. Good luck with your hunt.

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..around the country. You'll have a listing of those cars offered by people who don't use a computer or the internet. Example: I found a car for sale by a long time BMWCCA member who didn't want to wait 2.5 months for his ad to be in the Roundel and who was interested in selling his car locally (Ft. Collins, Colorado).

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To find my '02 I went to the national BMW CCA website and searched all the chapter websites. Many folks will list locally but not in the Roundel.

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less than an hour away from me.

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