If you have a muscle car or a classic car you may not realize it but you actually own a piece of history. There are less and less of these cars still on the road and these are in great demand with many buyers. Buyers will buy cars with all types of problems, Many buyers will buy only cars that need restored so that they can do it themselves while others will only buy cars that have been restored. There is no shortage of buyers for old cars.
If you are trying to sell an old classic car there are several great ways for you to find the right buyer that will pay the price for the car that you want for it.
One place to get the car seen by many people is an online auction. eBay is a great place to show your car for sale and get the most viewers for the car. People from all over the country will bid on the vehicle and then have it shipped across the country to them. With selling it this way, you may even get more than you thought of asking for the vehicle. Make sure you write a well detailed description and take many great photos of the vehicle to get the best price. Always set a reserve price so that you don't lose on the final price.
Craigslist is another place that you can sell online that will bring you great results. While you will not have the amount of potential buyers as you would with eBay, this is free and you will have more exposure for the classic car than if you just put a sign on it and set it along side of a road.
Car Shows are also popular. These are all over the country during the spring and summer months and will continue through the fall months. These will bring sellers and buyers together and many cars have been sold at Auto shows.
You can also place an ad in a Car magazine that is local for your area to get exposure for your vehicle. Some of the car trader magazines will also show your car online at the same time giving you more exposure for your money.
It may take some time to find the right buyer, but soon you will have a new owner for your muscle car or classic car.