The value is “ESTIMATED” value… not actual value. The only way you would get that value is if your able to trade your token for BTC or something more liquid. The “ESTIMATED” value is just that, an estimate based on assuming you could cash out all the value at the current exchange rate.
As I said previously, I am not aware of many users who hold TROPTIONS.GOLD and there is not much liquidity (ie, people who would buy your TROPTIONS.GOLD tokens from you)
I am not sure what to tell you. If you have tried counterwallet and freewallet.io and your not seeing the address in your account, then you may have entered the wrong address when you were doing your send.
I would seriously consider contacting the person that you sold your car to and request a refund. Selling your car for TROPTIONS.GOLD was a mistake and most likely someone is taking advantage of your lack of knowledge about crypto and the “estimated” value.