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    Just wondering if it would enhance the board if we had the Cars For Sale section broken up into "moderns" and "classics" - or "cheapies", "unrestored", "uniques" or whatever.

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    Often people (like myself) like to browse through the "classic" Frogs for sale and are not in the slightest bit interested in anything modern.

    With the current setup, and with so many newish cars for sale, the oldies (but goldies) often get relegated to the stale pages very quickly.

    Sure, you can "bump" it back up to the top. But this can make the seller look desperate.

    The old, unrestored cars take time and patience to sell - perhaps more so than moderns???

    Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by graham66
    Any thoughts?
    I have two or three every week thanks, and a good idea once or twice a year. But I digress.

    Depends how you define a classic - ah - a can of wriggly things.

    Rear wheel drive as opposed to front wheel drive?

    Or an age thing?



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    Not a bad idea. Could just be based on decade...

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    Yeah I reckon something simple and non-subjective, like decade by decade.
    '96 Peugeot 405 SRDT Station Wagon

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