I dropped my car off at a local mechanic. His shop is located on a busy corner. After finishing work on the car, he parked it in front of the shop to keep an eye on it. It was parked on a corner where I would estimate 10 ~ 15 thousand cars pass per day (rush hour x 2). He called me and insisted I come pick up the car. He was tired of fielding questions from people stopping & asking him if the car was for sale.
So...the short version: Park it on a busy street with a for sale sign.
Part II: My brother lives in a semi-rural part of Wisconsin. He couldn't give away his '98 Durango (this was right after the last major gas price increase). He advertised on E-Bay, local newspaper, Auto Trader, etc. No sale.
His friend had a large lot that fronted a major (for Wisconsin) highway. He parked the Durango on the empty lot with a for sale sign. Sold it in a week.
Last edited by Topless75; 03-08-2007 at 01:26 AM.