Put my 1991 Eagle Talon (metal content) up on Ebay last week. It was a relatively low mileage for its age (~116,000 miles), all original car, in good condition for its age, particularly considering that most of the turbo AWD models have now been converted to boy toys and destroyed. Virtually everything on the car still worked, and all the pieces were still in place. Blue book was somewhere between $1,600 and $2,600 depending on condition. Not knowing what it might go for, I put a "so I don't lose my shirt, too" $1,000 reserve on it and tearfully let go. The second bid exceeded my reserve. By the end, nearly 3,000 people had looked at the listing, and 43 people had it on their watch list. Nine people tried to get me to sell it off auction. Ended up going for $3,800 to a young fellow who came to see it first (one of only two), and then jumped in at the last minute with a preemptive bid. He's delighted, I'm happy, and the car's gone -- to a good home, I hope.
I'll miss it. It was the best car I've ever had (including a Porsche 356), but I got myself a WRX to play with to assuage my grief.