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#306172 3-Jul-2023 08:50
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Can anyone tell me what Im doing wrong...



Comes up with 0 results.


Ive changed year, locations, style, and still get 0. 


Are TM no longer allowed to sell cars made before 2000 ? :D





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  #3098821 3-Jul-2023 08:56
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Just playing on mobile, 1991 seems to be the first year that produces results using your criteria - even if you put the start date back to 1900!

Perhaps there aren't any used cars in Auckland older than 1990?


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  #3098824 3-Jul-2023 09:03
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Under "New & Used", either untick "used" or click "classic".

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  #3098825 3-Jul-2023 09:03
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Are you meant to choose Classic?


Something is always weird with trademe searches.  Search for ESP32 and I get a single listing even though every other field is not set ie. from anywhere

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  #3099085 3-Jul-2023 15:09
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Their search has been just about totally broken for 2 or 3 years. You can do the same search on the website and mobile app and get different results, so give that a go. There's multiple different search boxes on some pages, and a multiple pages that do nearly the same thing.


From here I put in 1970-80, Auckland, petrol and got the following results URL: 


Try that.

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  #3099088 3-Jul-2023 15:17
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Just tried the same search params and got 116 results.




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  #3099093 3-Jul-2023 15:22
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Just tried the same search params and got 116 results.


Not quite the same - you've got "new and used" set to "all". Thus it is picking up what @Swamphen pointed out - everything older than 1991 is a "classic" according to trademe.

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  #3099095 3-Jul-2023 15:26
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Could have sworn I had clicked on Used 🤔

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