Did You Know? Online Sales On eBay Garage.

ebayeBay Motors’ online community and personalization platform, eBay Garage, has grown into a premier automotive enthusiast destination with more than 100,000 public profiles, including 10,000+ motorcycle profiles. On this online community, fans can connect, brag about their rides, and easily find inspiration (and parts) for their next restoration project or fixes to their daily drivers.

Since the launch on October 30, 2012, motorcycle enthusiasts have uploaded 10,645 motorcycles to eBay Garage. On average, 76 motorcycles are uploaded to eBay Garage each day. There are 2,576 Harley-Davidson motorcycle profiles to-date. There are 2,283 Honda motorcycle profiles to-date. There are 1,520 Yamaha motorcycle profiles to-date.

Quarter 4 2012 eBay Motors Stats: A motorcycle part sold every 4 seconds. A motorcycle sold every 10 minutes. A Harley-Davidson motorcycle sold every 38 minutes. A Honda motorcycle sold every 42 minutes. A Yamaha motorcycle sold every 97 minutes

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3 Responses to “Did You Know? Online Sales On eBay Garage.”


  1. 1 nicker Mar 27th, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    Hmmmm…..

    Lots of sales every minute……
    And now OhBummer & Company plan to tax it into the ground.
    Welcome to Hope & Change.

    -nicker-

  2. 2 Karl Steinmeyer Mar 30th, 2013 at 8:42 am

    I personally love shopping/selling on Ebay. I find that the competition can keep prices fair, and the quality products tend to overshadow the junk 3 fold. Any platform with that many users in “buying attitude” tends to attract manufacturers and distributors of all different shades of white, black, and shady.

  3. 3 Pat Apr 1st, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    I’m glad it’s working out for some people. I’ve all but given up buying stuff on Ebay. Every time I go back, it seems like they’ve made the search features even less useful than the last time. Compound that with totally irrelevant crap that shows up with doing a text search and it just ends up being easier / faster / cheaper going to any of the online retailers. It used to be a little fun, now it’s just a chore. I wish the sellers luck, really. I was poking around looking for a cam and I’d guestimate that less than 10% of the hits yielded any relevant results. The rest was repetitious postings for chrome shit, covers, hardware, handlebars, anything and everything but camshafts. Screw that noise.

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