When it comes to selling a classic car, explains John Rosatti, you may or may not be able to sell it as quickly as you had hoped. It all really depends on the physical and mechanical shape of the car, the current market conditions, and demand. The amount of potential classic car enthusiasts and buyers who are interested in the type of vintage car that you have for sale will likely determine how quickly you can sell the vehicle.
One of the quickest and easiest ways to sell your classic car to a fellow classic car enthusiast is by listing it online, notes Rosatti. It used to be that taking out a classified ad in the newspaper and paying a lot of fees was the only way that you could sell any type of car. Now, with online classified sites like Craigslist, Ebay Motors as well as other online classified resources you can list your item for free. Many of these websites will also allow you to include several images of the car as well as a detailed description and your contact information. This will get your listing out there for millions of people to see and the best part is the fact that you will probably not have to pay any listing fees.
You may also want to consider listing your classic car for auction on eBay motors. Ebay is an online auction website that allows you to list anything from cars to children’s toys for a reasonable fee. You can set the starting price as high or low as you wish and allow interested bidders to bid on your car. With so many Ebay users, the chance for numerous bids is increased and this will hopefully increase the bidding price before the auction runs out. Many people choose to purchase their classic cars on auction sites like eBay and have driven long distances just to pick up their dream vintage car.