If you really want to buy a good car at an auto auction you have to spend time, energy and research a lot. Some people bid by phone because they don’t want to spend extra time and energy, but please, for your own good don’t do the same and go attend the auction. If you don’t have enough time to attend the auction, then don’t bid at all. You cannot buy a car without seeing it and examine it yourself. ... Continue Reading →
There is something quite exquisite about the idea of driving one of the few models of the 2.7-liter 1976 Porsche 911 S, isn’t there? Be it for the elite, the nostalgia, or the feeling of success, the possession of a classic car lightens up the gray routine. Moreover, it can bring celebration not only to your heart… but also to your wallet!
As the world economy recovers after the late 2000s crisis, people continue to invest more and more in tangible ... Continue Reading →
Can you define what a classic car is? Is it just any old car out there or is it a vintage car that is well-taken care of? Confused? I know, I am. How do you put a label on it?
Well, the Department of Motor Vehicles in almost every state seems to agree that, “…to obtain a Classic Vehicle plate, the vehicle must be twenty years old (model year) or older and currently registered…” in the corresponding state. So, in general every car ... Continue Reading →
Classic cars, we all have seen them. Such automobiles leave you speechless when passing by. You will see so many of them, and all so levely, so, how do you choose a classic car? Not to worry! This is what we are here for; we’ve selected the ten most desirable classic cars to give you a hand.
How did they pass the hard selection process in order to be part of our list? Was it price, style, performance or maybe how ... Continue Reading →
Classic cars usually entail serious talk. Heck, collectors around the world pay millions of dollars for classic cars at auctions like Barret Jackson and RM Auctions, and this is serious money. I love classic cars and I try to write about them often. So, I have quite a few serious talks about classic cars. I even visit museums, classic car shows and I even participate in classic car communities and groups, as often as I can.
Moreover, I also try to ... Continue Reading →
1974 and older street rods, vintage, classic, muscle cars, and trucks – they all showed up at the Fair Oaks Show and Shine on May 4th, 2014. We were thrilled to be part of this local classic car show as well as one of the small sponsors.
To be honest we did not expect that many vehicles to register. Almost 300 cars were signed up to participate. Their owners stood by proud to show their shiny vehicle and ready to talk ... Continue Reading →
Car Shipping Services – Pontiac Catalina 1965
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This classic car was shipped a few months ago and we totally forgot to post the images! Here are some great photos to enjoy. This oldie was shipped within the state (of California) and that’s why we arranged for a local towing company to come help us transport it. The guys did a great job transporting the Pontiac on a one car open carrier. Check out the photos and you will see that ...
I am very happy I was able to interview, one of our valued customers. In this short interview, he shared how, when, where, and why his love for classic cars began. In the picture below you will see him and his beloved wife. Enjoy his story!
Could you please introduce yourself? Where you are from, tell us a bit about your family and family business.
My name is Spencer Leak, Jr. I am married to Dr. Donna Simpson Leak ... Continue Reading →
Not all classic car events are created equal. One whole week of events, in particular, leads to the classic car show that tops all. The Monterey Classic Car week started on August 10th.
You can attend many of the events. Finding general admission or spectators’ tickets is not a problem. Participating or buying could prove tough. This event is for classy cars that not everybody can afford to own. Many events and activities will allow you to enjoy the classic beauties ... Continue Reading →
We often think that buying new things will make us feel good, and whenever we need to lift our spirits up we go shopping. But how often do you catch yourself thinking about the past and smiling? Quite often I bet. And there is a reason for that.
When something is good, it is good; and nothing can change that, even time. This is the reason why many of us hold on to old stuff. Your old pair of jeans, an ... Continue Reading →