Who Buys car Parts?
Find some parts to sell. If you already have car parts laying around at home then that is a great start. However if you want to make some good cash, you can buy a parts car and part it out. Craigslist.org is a great place to get a car for a few hundred bucks and you can make some decent money off of it.
Clean the part off, and take some decent pictures of it. Make sure that you keep track of what car each part comes off of and which cars it is interchangeable to. The more cars the part fits, to more buyers there will be for it.In the past, people sold parts on eBay motors. Due to high fees many are switching to alternatives. Partsme.com has no listing fees, so you don't have to pay unless your item sells. The final value fee is much less than eBay charges. 4
Use your Partsme account to list your parts.5
There are many ways to increase the amount of views to your auctions. One way is to post a craigslist ad with a link to your auction. Also you can find an online forum that relates to the parts you are selling. For example, if you are selling Honda Civic Parts- you can go onto Honda-tech.com marketplace section and list your parts on there and get hundred of visits a day. Doing these two thing alone will draw hundreds of people everyday.6
When your item sells, make sure you ship the item safely and use the right amount of packing material.7
Last, have fun and make a lot of money. There are people who have selling car parts as their full time jobs. You will learn which cars are much more profitable as you go along with it.
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You should check with major service dealerships. Aftermarket parts on cars are cheaper but the quality aren't as good as true genuine parts. Check to find a GM service center nearby and check if they have an ignition coil.
Edit: As for selling the parts, good to go with private individuals.