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I Hear It All The Time

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Author: David C. Atkin

I hear excuses all the time about why more people don't restore their cars, I can't afford it, it's not practical, it's just a car, but no I won't sell it, I'd rather see it rotting in the back yard, or sent to the car crusher.

It's better if nobody has it, if I can't, I don't want to see a person get who would actually care about it own it, or the most common one, nobody wants that old piece of junk any way, I've had it for years, and I don't want it.

Believe me somebody is looking for just the car that you have to sell, it's just a matter of putting you and them together, I realize that can be a hard thing to do, but do you remember how excited you were when you first got your car, it can do the same thing for another person to.

I look for people to buy cars from all the time, so I research the cars that are on the market, and the places where I can find them, and believe me, I'm not the only person who does this sort of thing.

A little later in the article I will tell you about some of these places that I have found to help you sell your car, or to buy one of course, but for now I will keep harping on the fact that you should not just let your old classic car rot away.

The first point is fairly obvious, they don't build them anymore, and it's getting hard to find one that's in good shape, people are always looking for the classic American cars, and as long as their still around, people will always want them.

The second point is this, if these cars just disappear, we lose out on all the class and style that they have, every one of the old cars has it's own look, and it's own style, unlike the new cars, that all just seem to look alike.

Here's point three, what if we wake up one day, and all the classic cars are just gone, like the dinosaurs that once roamed the earth, this can't be allowed to happen, what a boring life that would be, if every car looks like the imports do.

All I can say is yuk, don't let it happen, if you have a classic car and you don't want to restore, then please sell it, but think about this, don't look at it as your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, think about what you have, and the condition that it in, and please sell accordingly, most classic car buyers aren't idiots, and you can't slip one by them.

So do your research before you sell the car, and sell without trying to rip somebody off on it, you do yourself a favor by being honest, and you do them a favor by selling them just the car that they want.
Now about those places to buy or sell your car, first check this out . And take a look at these places on the net, and this is just a few of the one that are available.

David C. Atkin

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About the Author

I live in Salt Lake City, Utah, and have been in the automotive business for about 25 years, and during that time I have worked in all facets of the industry, plus owned my own shops, like I do now.

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