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Become a member of the littlebaymotors community.

It's FREE. Just register on the registration page. Once you register and reply to our email you're done. It only takes a few minutes.

When you register you will need to:

1. Provide your basic contact information. Your information will be kept private on secure servers.

2. Create your own User ID and password to ensure that transactions are safe and secure when you sign in.

3. Confirm your littlebaymotors registration via email. We will send you a message with a link and instructions to confirm your registration.

4. Now as a qualified registered member you are entitled to use littlebaymotors Motor Vehicle Auction Site.

All of littlebaymotors item listings are in an auction-style format where items sell to the highest bidder. To bid on an item, click the Bid button on the item page and enter the maximum amount that you want to spend. When you place a bid, your maximum amount is kept confidential from other bidders and the seller. Our system compares your bid to those of the other bidders.

Our system places bids on your behalf, using only as much of your bid as necessary to maintain your high bid position (or to meet the reserve price). The system will bid up to your maximum amount.

If another bidder has a higher maximum, you'll be outbid. Although, if no other bidder has a higher maximum, you win the item. And you could pay significantly less than your maximum price! This means you don't have to keep coming back to rebid every time another bid is placed. If another bidder outbids you before the listing ends, you will receive an email notification.

When you place a bid, you are entering into a contract with your seller. Make sure that you want the item before you bid. Assume that all sales are final, and are being sold as is unless otherwise stated.

Some auctions have a reserve price-a hidden minimum price-for an item. A reserve price is the minimum price a seller is willing to accept for the item. As a buyer, you are not shown the reserve price, unless the reserve has been met. Once you've won an item, you'll need to contact the seller and pay for the item.






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