Right Guy, Right Car

January 24, 2020 / 0 Comments / 60 / Uncategorized

“There’s an ass for every seat”, so goes the saying. Meaning – regardless of the car, there’s someone out there with whom it hits home, fitting the bill for just what they’re looking for. Read more

The Bring A Trailer Effect

January 23, 2020 / 0 Comments / 1540 / Uncategorized

That’s right, it’s time to tackle what is undoubtedly the hottest topic in the automotive hobby at the moment, Bring A Trailer and its implications for the classic and collectible vehicle market. Read more

The Right Car For A Budding Enthusiast

December 13, 2019 / 0 Comments / 376 / Uncategorized

We recently had a really cool, affordable classic come through the doors that got us thinking — a single-family-owned, relatively low-mile, no-stories ‘82 Mercedes 300D Turbo. What car, at $7500 or less, could provide that same level of utility yet still be tasteful and enthusiasm-worthy? Read more

Inventory Spotlight: 1979 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz

July 30, 2019 / 0 Comments / 1606 / Uncategorized

Unicorns are rare, but they do exist. Occupying the top spot on enthusiasts’ and collectors’ radars, the survivor cars of survivor cars, “unicorns” are those vehicles whose condition and unrestored provenance culminate into the most impressive, most desirable automotive specimens. Read more

Inventory Spotlight – Packard Henney Junior Ambulance

May 21, 2019 / 0 Comments / 960 / Uncategorized

While we fancy ourselves automotive gurus, or at least within the space of classic and collectibles, every once in a while we’ll be contacted by someone looking to sell a vehicle that, as much as we hate to admit it, we’ll need to reference a quick Google search in order to fully grasp what’s at hand. These oddball, little-known vehicles, while definitely not the poster cars of our youth, almost invariably account for our most entertaining, fun-to-deal-in inventory. There are a number of reasons as to why these vehicles so often yield a positive experience, but the overarching driver is the fact that getting up close and personal with a vehicle outside of our typical wheelhouse presents an excellent learning opportunity. It’s a way to keep things fresh, broaden our horizons, and delve deeper into previously uncharted reaches of the automotive hobby. There are other positives too; for example, it’s a heck of a lot easier to sell a particular vehicle when it’s the only one on the market, let alone the potential value-add of being the sole example available. At this very moment, the oddball of our fleet hails from Packard’s line of Professional Cars, a ‘54 Packard Henney Junior Ambulance. Read more

The Value of Documentation

February 28, 2019 / 0 Comments / 1255 / Uncategorized

Paperwork. Documentation. It’s one of the first things we ask about when considering a vehicle for purchase. Now while a lack of documentation will seldom sour a deal, the presence of thorough, well-organized paperwork absolutely can sweeten it. Read more

You Never Forget Your First

February 15, 2019 / 0 Comments / 1018 / Uncategorized

Everyone within the automotive hobby has those “Ugh, I never shoulda sold my ______” sentiments. Read more

Inventory Spotlight – 1964 Austin Mini Cooper S 1275cc

February 12, 2019 / 0 Comments / 1707 / Uncategorized

An early Mark 1. One owner, 31k miles from new, and dusty. Over the phone it was too good to be true. In person, walking into the climate-controlled warehouse corner where the car had resided for the last five decades, it was oh-so true. Read more

Inventory Spotlight – 1960 Jaguar MKII Barn Find

January 29, 2019 / 0 Comments / 2146 / Uncategorized

It may not look like much, but this dusty Jag is a car we’re glad to have caught wind of. While we receive a fair amount of phone calls from folks with rusted-out classics looking for someone to take the project off their hands, it’s somewhat rare that these cars are close-by or desirable enough to warrant us getting the truck and trailer prepped for action. Read more

Industry Insight – Car Sales

January 17, 2019 / 0 Comments / 958 / Uncategorized

Much like the world of retail, the automotive resale industry is in the midst of a tremendous shift. More and more sales each year are conducted online, sight-unseen, in large part due to the cascading of tech into a long-since grassroots, face-to-face, handshake-driven industry. Read more


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