Looking for a deal? Buy Private Party.

Episode 180 June 04, 2021 00:29:59
Looking for a deal? Buy Private Party.
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Looking for a deal? Buy Private Party.

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Forty million cars are bought-and-sold through privaty party transactions annually. With new vehicle shortages and inflated used car prices, the deals are with the Private Parties.


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