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Coming up soon for auction at British Car Auctions (BCA) in Edinburgh... It'll be cheap as chips plus about 150 buyers premium:
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Coming up soon for auction at British Car Auctions (BCA) in Edinburgh... It'll be cheap as chips plus about 150 buyers premium:
over 150 then..
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I think the minimum that BCA charge as a buyer's premium is 100.

The price isn't according to the value of the car - it's in a sliding 'range'. For example, you'd pay 100 buyer's premium on a car that cost 25 up to about 100.

The next stage would be 101 to about 199 when the buyers fee would be something like 125.

Three years ago at BCA I bought a 1998 4 litre jeep for 250. Plus buyer's premium of 125 ..

18 months ago I bought a 30,000 mile Cing at auction .. I think the total cost with buyer's premium came to around 500.

Six weeks ago I bought another jeep at the auction. 2001, 4 litre, mint condition with 60,000 on the clock and full service history. 1900 plus 347 buyer's premium.

BCA is geared up towards the motor trade - a registered dealer/trader pays a reduced buyer's fee than a private buyer.
does.

Having said that, you can still save quite a bit of money when compared to dealer/private sales.

Here's a link to a classic car auction site (I could really see myself driving around in that Humber Sceptre or Riley 1.5..)
http://www.mathewsons.co.uk/auctions...es?view=datavw
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