If you are planning on restoring a classic car then you have probably already decided on what type of car you would like to rebuild. Now is the time to focus on finding that car at a reasonable price. When it comes to locating a classic car to rebuild, notes John Rosatti, there is a wide variety of options out there from simply purchasing a frame to a car with a fully working engine and everything else in between. Buying a car that needs just a little tune up may be the most expensive choice and it will not provide you with a lot of rebuilding projects to take on. If you are willing to purchase all of the replacement parts that you are going to need then it would be in your best interest to buy the car that needs the most work done to it, which will be your most affordable option.
There are many places where you can look for people selling classic cars to purchase and restore. The local newspaper’s classified ads or an auto trader guide are just two options to start with. There are also many resources online that can help you find a classic car in your local area to buy. Craigslist is a great place to look for classic cars of all types as well as the replacement parts that you are going to need. Another online resource that you will want to check out is eBay. While you may not have as much luck finding a classic car of your choice in your area on eBay there is still a great selection available on this popular auction site so it is worth taking a look.