Selling a car privately gives you the power to negotiate to get the best price.
Before you start advertising it you need to set your asking price based on the car's market value, you also need to photograph it to show it off to prospective owners, and you must document all the details buyers will want to know.
You can research prices by using the browsing function at CarsGuide.com.au, or by using the free valuation tool.
You can also advertise your car for free at Autotrader.com.au. Once you have listed it on CarsGuide and have given potential buyers all the required information, you will need to make yourself available for potential buyers to view the car.
In some states when selling privately a roadworthy check is needed, but the rules vary from state to state and you should check your local registration authority for details.
Once the car is sold the registration must be transferred to the new owner.
TIP: Fixing any cosmetic damage will help you get more for your car.