Getting the best price on a classic car it’s all about information
Image: Karen Roe, 2012
If you’ve been looking to get the very best price on a classic car that you’ve had your eyes on for a while now, you’re going to want to dig up just as much information as humanly possible.
This goes far beyond just trying to do a bit of research into comparable values in your local area on the web, although that certainly going to play a major role in getting the price that you’re looking for. No, you’re going to want to do a bit of “deep digging”, if you will, trying to find out different bits and pieces of information that will provide you with some real leverage.
Getting a classic car for $5000 or even more off of the asking price is well within your reach when you have information like how much it’s costing the current owner to store and maintain the vehicle, how long the vehicle has been on the classic car market, and whether or not they are trying to sell a vehicle that might not be in as pristine or perfect working order as they have been telling you.
Extra information is going to go a long way towards making sure that you get the kind of rock-bottom price you’re looking for when buying any classic car. Do your research, and it will pay off.