I Have been dealing with Motorhog for about 18 months, I have never had any problems at all in that time and i must have bought over 20 cars.
The thing you need to do when you are interested in a car on auction is to go and view it.
You can have the keys, start it up check it goes into gear which is more than you can do at the local car auction.
I am fortunate as i live within 10 miles of Motorhog, and i do understand that people have come a long way to collect a car and have been disapointed, the thing to do is if your not sure DONT BID!
As for the SHILL bidding well its hard to prove, but it also happens on many other internet auction sites.
The parts dept is well stocked but the staff often dont seem interested and it sometime seems a task for them to go and check on a part, its all to easy to send an e mail back after you enquire about a part saying "NO PARTS AVAILABLE" ive had this when ive seen the parts that very day.
All in all i find Motorhog a good company to deal with i have done for the last 30 years going back to when Mr. M. set up Doncaster Motor Spares in Toll Bar.
I would like to state that I do not have any connection with Motorhog in any way apart from being a customer, i have never worked for them or anyone else in the car industry,
thank you .
Kay DeVere-burt found this review useful
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