Why not SELL YOUR CAR at our Car Boot Sales?

Gossips;
On Saturday 4th May at Mitchell a seller brought all his selling items in his 12-year-old Jaguar which he also wanted to sell. Now then, not only did he sell all of his displayed items he also sold his car and he paid the grandly sum of £8.00 to sell the lot taking home well over two grands. For him it was a well-planned and a good day’s work which lasted for less than two hours. Well done young man. We encourage all sellers who are wanting to sell vehicles to come to our boot sales with the vehicle you are hoping to sell loaded up with your selling items but make sure your car doesn’t stink of fag ash or stale farts in other words clean the inside and outside right! Now then, you should have at least two presentable adverts to stick either to your windscreens with a drawing pin or sellotape on the windows of the car you are now ready to sell, you will have to pay only £8.00 for the stall and the car and we wish you luck! Bit of dosh back of the car, know what I mean sport but be careful we often get the fuzz and Trading Standards on site, and they don’t come to sell nor buy mate! Oh, and by the way, we know someone who has been caught by the Inland Revenue for selling on eBay under various names but not declaring the incomes tut-tut.

Please note; if you sell a vehicle at any of our Car Boot Sales, we will accept no responsibility for any vehicles sold at our locations howsoever advertised whether the vehicle is either owned or stolen by you or it’s a wreck or whatever I don’t GAF cos the onus for the car is entirely on yourselves so don’t over exaggerate its condition and don’t ffs say “it’s got almost new tyres” when the whole world can see they are as bald as an old man’s wrinkly bum ffs! Cost is £8.00 for the selling car or a van is from £10.00 amen! One of the main advantages is that you don’t get potential tyre-kickers who have seen your advert in the paper and then they come around to your place with all the bleedn kids wasting time expecting to be invited in for a tea or a coffee, wot no biscuits and then they don’t buy the car ffs, another benefit is that the pigging neighbours don’t get to know all yer business do they though? FFS! Alternatively, you could go up-market and sell your car at the Lodge & Thomas Car Auctions held at the Truro Cattle Market on Thursdays at 6.00pm (check their website for further details) Lodge and Thomas have been our Landlords for the 30 years that we have held Car Boot Sales at Truro Cattle Market. They are without doubt the best Landlords ever over the 30 years and we have never had cross words cos they have allowed us to run our Car Boot Sales without interference and they have trusted us with the care of the Cattle Market during their absence.
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