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Podcast Interview: Kevin Considine, eBay Dealer Network

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Understanding eBay Motors!

Our guest is Kevin Considine, Senior Manager for Dealer Operations. Kevin works with the dealers and educates them how connect with buyers, how to create listings, common questions from prospective buyers, how to complete transactions and ship cars to buyers who are out of area.

There are also tips for private sellers such as the option to sell their car locally with a free listing in the eBay classifieds.

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Podcast #1: Listen to Kevin describe the eBay Dealer network

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3 Comments on "Podcast Interview: Kevin Considine, eBay Dealer Network"


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elizabeth heck
2 years 6 months ago

I’m sorry to bother you, but I need some help, or direction for the help I need. My parents next door neighbor was a retired nasa engineer, who was crazy about antique cars. He started making to scale models of antique cars using no kit or precut pieces. they were all completely made by him from scratch. He made 20 altogether, but only one truck. He said it was too time consuming. I don’t even know what company made it, but the truck is metal, the roof is leather. It has running boards on either side , the bed has wooden slats. the trunck opens. there is a working crank in front the wheel works the turning of thecar. there is a small round window to look at the back of the truck. the doors don’t open, but you can reach inside and there are handles just for effect. it has a turn signal, and on the other side of the steering wheel is a thing to turn the light on. it has a mock radio, and 3 pedals on the floor on the driver side.w He has since passed away, and his wife also, and now it’s mine, but I’ve looked everywhere on ebay, and can’t find a category. all the others are kits. He looked at a pix of the truck in a book for accuracy, and what he couldn’t remember. It’s so real, and beautiful, and I though you could direct me to a good category fit for it. thanks somuch, elizabeth

Guest
2 years 6 months ago

I have been building planes and car models since 1956. Can you e-mail me some pictures, which I,m sure you will need
A file of pictures. Don,t just sell. Your models could be worth lots of money or worth very little..you may not be able to
Set a price on the effort and love you have and what your dad put into all 20 cars. Be very careful. I hope your not in
Real need of money.memories and love have no price..Thank you and good luck. Bruce

Guest
2 years 6 months ago

Kevin, my comment was for Elizabeth I hope she gets my advise. As long as I’m talking to you I have a 12000 sq.ft.
Auto body shop I need to sell do to health reasons and my age. It is in Anaheim Hills ,California. 22 years at this location.
It’s a beautiful shop and working now.I have sold many things on E-Bay with Pay Pal. Where would I list this.Do you have
a listing area for this. Thank You. Bruce