The listing title is limited to 30 characters so choose wisely. Include the year, the model, and if it fits, a quick fact such as the miles or owner count.
Here are a few good examples:
- 1956 356B One Owner
- 1991 911 Carrera 2 Coupe
- 2015 918 Spyder 500 miles
The short description is the preview of your ad. On pages throughout the site, the first 25 words of this will appear for buyers to see. So, use those first few sentences to share the important facts.
Here is an example:
- I am the second owner of this 1956 356B. The was fully restored in 2018 by professionals. The car has 60k original miles on it, and 2,500 since the restoration.
The vehicle description is the bulk text of your ad. Use this space to tell the full story of your Porsche. Spare no detail as the buyers want to know about every inch of your car, how often it hit the track, and what awards it has won.
The walk around video is one of the most important parts of your ad. Buyers from around the world will rely heavily on this video to tell them wether or not your Porsche is right for them. Here is a good example of a walk around video.
- Tell us the facts.
- Keep the camera steady.
- Ask someone to film with you in the passenger seat.
- Film everything!
- Motor running
- Cold start
- Warm start
- Rev the engine
- Applying the brakes
- Doors closing fully
- Anything else you can show!
This image is the header to your ad and will be shown around the website and social media. To help your image stand out, make sure it is shot in landscape style (wide, not tall). Get a good angle of your car from the front at eye level. Below is an example.
Everyone loves a good picture, especially of a Porsche!
To make your ad stand our we recommend a minimum of 25 pictures. Make sure the images are not too large in size (under 1MB per image). Below is a carousel of images to represent the pictures you should copy.