Asia Classified Buy & Sell to your Heart’s Content

[06/05/11] 

We’ve all made rash purchases we’d rather take back. Perhaps a minor aberration of on a night out when we’ve ended up with a selection of flashing sunglasses, a cute primate, or something at the more serious end of the scale such as a titanium cupboard – but this is where AsiaClassified steps in. If you’re looking to sell something you don’t need or buy something you think you need, it’s the place to go. They don’t discriminate against taste.

It’s dedicated to Hong Kong businesses and consumers, offering a range of products from homes to cars and everything in between. For instance, if you’re 50 and keen to show you’ve still got it, you’ll be pleased to hear they currently stock a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, a Ferrari 458 Italia (pictured), a Porsche 911 Targa and plenty more to make your children weep and your ex-wife buy herself a congratulatory drink.

The real beauty of the operation is that it’s free to post which encourages an incredible number of ads. What’s more, it supports both English and Chinese and also features a very effective keyword search so you can find that obscure part for your prized Nikon circa 1991 that your wife keeps hounding you to throw out.

Just don’t tell her you know a way to sell the ‘wretched thing’…


AsiaClassified
www.hongkong.asiaclassified.com


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