Busted Knuckles offers sought-after, unique, and valuable automobiles and motorcycles for sale on an online auction, crafted for the benefit of buyer and seller preferences. Owner Trey Seiter and his team of experienced enthusiasts have dedicated considerable thought into building this auction website.
In a recent interview, Busted Knuckles founder, Trey Sieter, shares how his online auction business stacks up against industry giants like eBay Motors. According to Sieter, commercialized auction website and events reward cut-throat practices and thrive on the speed of the sale. At Busted Knuckles, they will host week-long auctions allowing buyers time to consider their bid and be 100% confident with their buying options. Although the energy of the bids will still rise in the last few minutes, Busted Knuckles will implement a reset a three minutes before the bidding closes.
If you are looking to sell your ride, Busted Knuckles gives sellers a platform to showcase their passion projects, collector hot rods, and fixer-uppers. Owner, Trey Sieter shares that his online auction forum is open to individuals and dealers, but it’s distinctive from in-person auction events. Sellers can list sports cars, American muscle cars, motorcycles, hot rods, customs, and specialty parts with ease. No travel involved and no listing cost for sellers. Each part of the process can be managed from the comfort of your computer or smart device.
Busted Knuckles is not just an auction website. It’s an online experience merging buyers and sellers alike to appreciate quality cars, trucks, motorcycles, and memorabilia. From dealers to individuals, Busted Knuckles accepts items from anyone.
“Life is nostalgic and unique. Reward yourself with horsepower, torque, speed, and class.” That’s true life advice from Houstonian, Trey Seiter, owner of Busted Knuckles Auction. Trey developed a love of American muscle cars, European sports cars, and motorcycles from the influence of his father. Growing up, Trey’s father would buy cars that needed a bit of love; the late 60s and early 70s corvettes were among his father’s favorite. Trey learned first-hand the skill and passion for auto mechanics.