Barry Wilson, founder of Lindsay’s Classics, shares his years of experience in these short and informative videos that will help to sell a classic car or truck.
Barry Wilson of LindsaysClassics.com discusses how to determine a fair asking price when selling your classic car or truck.
When selling your classic car, it is a great idea to get a professional appraisal first. Not only can you add the appraisal to your ad for sale, but it also bolsters up and supports the asking price you set for your classic car or truck.
If you are interested in knowing what your classic car or truck is worth, you will need to do a fair amount of research to know what a vehicle will sell for. The value of a classic vehicle is largely determined by the condition that it is in.
When selling a classic car, a great description can help sell your vehicle much faster. A poor description may lose the sale all-together. Here are some thoughts and tips from Barry Wilson, founder of LindsaysCLassics.com, on how to write an effective description when selling your classic car or truck.
It is very important to know what type of buyer is looking for your type of classic car so you can present it to them properly. Is you classic just being sold for parts or is it an award-winning show car? There is a big difference in the way each needs to be presented to a potential buyer.
When selling a classic car or truck, be sure to ask your mechanic or other qualified third party to write a recommendation about your vehicle. It will certainly impress buyers to read positive points about your vehicle from a third party.
Barry Wilson, owner of Lindsay’s Classics discusses the importance of disclosing where your classic car or truck is from and has spent most of its time. It is important information to a buyer when you are selling your vehicle.
Selling a Classic Car? Always Write a Bill of Sale and Transfer the Title When selling your classic car, be sure you write up a bill of sale including as much information about the vehicle, the selling price and the buyer’s and seller’s personal information. Transferring the title may require a trip to a local DMV to determine all the necessary step within your state. Be sure to keep a copy of all the paperwork.
When selling a classic car or truck, it is very important to provide as much documentation as possible to the buyer. Be sure to include receipts, service and repair records and any other documentation that shows the history of the vehicle. Your vehicle will sell faster and provide more buyer confidence.
Titles for classic cars are very important, so what do you do if your classic car does not have a title? Barry Wilson of Lindsay’s Classics provides his advice on how to acquire a title for a classic car or truck.
Barry Wilson, Owner of Lindsay’s Classics, explains the importance of a valid title that has a matching VIN on the title and your classic car or truck. You want to make sure everything is in order before you sell your classic vehicle.
Make sure the money is in your pocket before you ever hand over the keys and title of your classic car. Barry Wilson, founder of LindsaysCLassics.com, shares his thoughts and advice on how to collect your money when selling a classic car.
Barry Wilson, owner of Lindsay’s Classics, discusses the importance of knowing how to maintain a classic car by yourself. Gone are the days you could drive into a full service gas station for basic maintenance like topping off washer fluid and checking the oil and radiator levels.
Did you know that adding zinc with every oil change is vital to the health of the engine in your classic car or truck? In this video, Lindsay’s Classics co-owner Barry Wilson explains why adding zinc with every oil change is a must for a healthy engine.
Barry Wilson, owner of Lindsay’s Classics gives some great tips and advice on how to handle the sale of a classic car or truck you have inherited.
In a previous video, “How to Sell a Classic Car You Inherited”, Barry Wilson, owner of Lindsay’s Classics gave some great tips and advice on how to handle the sale of a classic car or truck you have inherited. In this video, he discusses the importance of getting it running and ready to sell.
Looking to learn more about your classic car or truck? The best way to learn more and get the answers you need is to join a local car club with members that have the same vehicle as you. Classic car clubs are a great place to not only learn more about your classic car or truck, but also a fantastic place to make friends and become part of a community.