Post where you live. state/county/area code is usually good enough. I have no intentions on driving 1300 miles for a $400 beater. but if its two towns over, i'll be there in the morning. 90% of the second post on these threads here are "WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED. it helps, so add it. Pictures. a picture says 1000 words. A picture of a potential for buying vehicle says 123123123312 words. if you don't post pics, you probably won't sell a damn thing online. hello and welcome to the internet. price. don't make us guess. You'll either get $1 offers, or none at all. you know what you want for it. If you will take 3500, post it for 3700 and haggle for a couple hundred if you wish, or say FIRM on your posted price. be as descriptive as possible. you'er trying to sell something here. the more time you put into the post, the more people will read it, and VALUE you as a seller for doing so, thus earning the inital respect of the customer. If you post like this: "95 vtechk f0 sal3." you won't get a single person trusting you. Try, "1995 Honda Civic DX w/ JDM B18C". And so, that leads me to my next point- Use proper english and grammar as much as possible. if you can't read and write, odds are you don't know wtf you're doing with a car either. I'm not buying that hack job from you. so, follow those steps, and sell stuff the right way already. ok? thanks.