Stuttgart Exchange gets it’s 250th Member

Im pleased to say that Stuttgart Exchange has just had its 250th member sign-up.

I set the website up a few months ago as a totally free auction site for all things Porsche.  I’d been buying and selling various parts from my own Porsche project which is what drove me to set something up for everyone to use.  It was exhausting and sometimes very frustrating searching everywhere for the part I needed, so I thought a central place for enthusiasts to be able to buy and sell their Porsche parts would benefit everyone.

The site seems to be going well and parts are being exchanged regularly.  Traffic has been steady which see’s about 100,000 hits each month.  The more members the better for everyone so I hope it continues to grow.

Stuttgart Exchange has many of the features of the larger established auction sites, but the main difference being that Stuttgart Exchange is totally free to use.    Members auctions can be reslisted time and time again until they sell.  Even if you let time lapse a little before a member decides to re-list their unsold item they can do so with out the need to re-type everything out.  All details of unsold auctions are kept on the system for 100 days.

I hope to write again soon as more and more members join the auction service.

About Peter Bell

I am a self confessed Porsche-a-holic. An enthusiast from an early age I have spent many years reading about Porsche as well as building my own ultimate Porsche 911. Writing about Porsche has been a hoby since as long as I can remember. I have also created a number of websites for the Porsche enthusiast community.
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