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Where should I sell my 1938 Morris?

How much should I advertise my 1938 Morris 8 Series 2 for and where?

Asked on 25 November 2019 by neil spalding

Answered by Keith Moody
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Selling a classic this close to Christmas can be tricky, however, so we'd recommend including it in as many publications and listing it on as many sites as possible. If you write your description onto a text document, you can just cut and paste it each time - this will save you typing it out each time.
As far as price goes, these are difficult to value. Many seem to be around the £8k mark. The best thing to do is have a look at some adverts for them and price yours higher or lower, accordingly.
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