SpeedMaverick Posted February 13, 2018 Report Share Posted February 13, 2018 I have a business that sells military patches that I built an online platform to sell with. What I have done is to create a multi vendor site that anyone who sells military collectables can list their products on. It even allows digital and affiliate products to be sold from within your store. Listing is free. So my idea is to build a racecar parts seller platform that includes auctions, make offer and buy it now options. It would be free to list unlimited products but cost a flat 15% fee to sell through our shopping cart. If you do an offline transaction, you keep 100%. I don't care. I just want a lot of products from all over the place to be available. Then it becomes a valuable resource to racers. Any profits from vendors would be reinvested in marketing until it feeds itself. There is RacingJunk but they do not offer a shopping cart. It even has a shipping module that calculates shipping from each vendor location. Teams could create product stores to promote with or clear out dead inventory and link to their site. It uses PayPal to provide their buyer and seller protections. So my question is, would the Champ's be interested in this type of specialized marketplace? I am going to be putting the Pyrotect product line on the site as it's first product store since I am a dealer. If you did participate you absolutely should still list your parts here but link to a shopping cart to make the sale 24/7/365. Does this sound appealing to you or do you think the whole idea is trash and I need to go camp out somewhere else. I am just sick of eBay and Craigslist as the only way to find and sell cars and parts. I have listed stuff on racing junk and never sold anything. I have found stuff on there myself but ended up buying on eBay because I could get the deal done and on it's way. Too many times the item was already sold. I think this platform solves that problem. Looking forward to your replies, I hope... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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