In a recent interview, Busted Knuckles founder, Trey Seiter, shares how his online car auction business stacks up against industry giants like eBay Motors. According to Seiter, commercialized auction website and events reward cut-throat practices and thrive on the speed of the sale. At Busted Knuckles, they will host week-long auctions allowing buyers time to consider their bid and be 100% confident with their buying options. Although the energy of the bids will still rise in the last few minutes, Busted Knuckles will implement a reset a three minutes before the bidding closes.
In addition, registered members of the Busted Knuckles website, who may not be buyers or sellers but enthusiasts, are also allowed to comment during an open bid. Enthusiasts are welcome to participate in the open forum giving their advice or recommendations to bidders in real-time. This allows comradery between buyers, sellers, and enthusiasts to be resurrected, reflective of the older days when a great car created great conversation.
Trey Seiter hopes that Busted Knuckles car auction will give sellers a financially smart way to showcase their cars, trucks, and motorcycles free of charge, while allowing buyers to enjoy an intimate buying experience. By bringing back the personal connection of buying and selling cars, Busted Knuckles rewards car lovers with more than just a new hot rod; they get to experience the love of the game.