FAQS

What does it cost to ship a car?

Some cars we offer free shipping, others big discounts. To ship in the U.S. it’s usually $2000-$3000 cross country, or as little as $1000 on the west coast.

Can I have a third-party inspection done?

Yes! We highly encourage you to get a third party inspection. We want you and your potential financial supplier to be happy and confident about your purchase!

What kind of trade-ins do you want?

While we’re mainly interested in other American classic cars, we do take in the occasional late model vehicle that another local dealership has offered to buy from us. Some VWs and other interesting European cars have been accepted as well. The things we don’t take are: motorcycles, quads, land/real estate, boats, and livestock.

Do you offer in-house financing?

The short answer: No. We refer to a couple specialty classic car financing companies. You will need to follow the “Financing” link in the navigation bar and follow the instructions as per their websites that point. While some people find that local credit unions have been a great place to start as well.

Do we want to buy your project car?

It’s highly doubtful. While we have the capabilities, the time and money to invest in a true project doesn’t make sense for us to pursue. It doesn’t hurt to ask, but generally, if it comes in boxes, we will pass.

What cars ARE you interested in buying?

American classics from 1929 to around 1973. There are a few exceptions here and there, but that’s the main time-frame. We generally are not in the market for 4 door vehicles, long bed trucks, and over the top custom vehicles.

Will you ship overseas?

Yes. We can send a car anywhere you need it to go. All we need is a zip code or port and we can get you a quote.

Will we restore your vehicle and for how much?

Call us. There’s no way of knowing the extent of what needs to be done and what your budget is unless we hear directly from you.

Do you take consignments?

The short answer: No. It’s too complicated. There have been rare exceptions, but if you’re looking to sell you car, we might be interested in buying it outright.

What is my car worth?

We base most of our basic values on what Black Book says. From there, we take a look at mileage, number of doors, custom work done, and overall condition. We cannot give you an estimate over the phone. We need to see it. The price we quote is what we MIGHT pay for the car. 100% of the time, call us to get an honest opinion.