We live in an age of technology. If you want something you can buy it online. And we are forced to grow as technology gets “smarter.” If we don’t, we’re left scratching our heads. We have to move forward, even if our hearts and interests lie with classic cars.
That’s exactly what Mike Gulett is doing. He is moving the classic car business online. A blogger and classic car enthusiast himself, Mike has had success with his online blog, My Car Quest and is leveraging his blog’s popularity by creating an online auto auction service. He hopes to “deliver fairness, simplicity and transparency to both buyers and sellers of classic cars.”
What makes this different from a general classified online site? First, sellers cars are visible to buyers around the world. Second, the only cost to the seller is a flat fee of $250. And, unlike in-person or consignments sales, the seller does not give up control of their vehicle. And finally, bidders must confirm their credit card proving they are real and serious about doing business.
Maybe one of the best perks is the advantage of dealing directly, buyer and seller. As one buyer said in the article, he appreciated not having to listen to the hype that online auction houses tend to use to try to entice you to buy their goods.
Are you looking to buy a classic car? Visit our website today you won’t pay $250 but rather a very small fee of $9.95 to $29.95 for an ad that runs until your classic is sold!