Ricardotdi: Next time, you may want to try eBay to sell your car. Six years ago, I was still driving my 1993 Dodge Ram pickup and decided to sell it when it had about 195,000 on the clock. Local used truck dealer was reluctant to offer me 3K, VW of Langhorne, where I bought my 2010 Jetta TDI, offered me 2K as a trade-in. I wasn't happy with either of the two offers, as the NADA and KBB both indicated the truck was worth at least 4K. Then it occurred to me to list it on eBay. I washed and waxed the truck, made two dozen hi-res pictures on a sunny day, and put it up for auction with $4,000 as a reserve. I figured that if nobody wanted the truck for 4K, at least I tried, and the attempt cost me all but 20 bucks and a few hours of my time. About two minutes after the posting was accepted by eBay, I had a new e-mail in my in box. It was the eBay message center, which notified me that the $4,000 reserve has just been reached (in two minutes!!!). In the end, two bidders were fighting for the truck, and the winning bid was $ 10,010. Granted, the truck had all the equipment that was highly in demand (12-valve 2nd gen. Cummins, 5-sp. manual, 4WD, extended cab, long bed, etc., etc.), but I never thought it would command such a high price. I guess that one important aspect is that eBay is a bidding site, unlike AutoTrader or similar publication, where you merely let people know your vehicle is for sale. Just my 2 cents.