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1973 MERCEDES-BENZ 450 SL #1684381379

1973 MERCEDES-BENZ 450 SL

Lot #:
1684381379
VIN:
10704412011933
Odometer:
114 042
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA
05/21/2021 10:00 AM EST
8d. 14h. 44m.
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1985 MERCEDES-BENZ 380 SL #1697509169

1985 MERCEDES-BENZ 380 SL

Lot #:
1697509169
VIN:
WDBBA45C1FA017570
Odometer:
149 902
FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA, USA
05/24/2021 3:30 AM EST
11d. 8h. 14m.
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1979 FORD F-250 #1697509235

1979 FORD F-250

Lot #:
1697509235
VIN:
F25JCEE6284
Odometer:
56 274
EUGENE, OREGON, USA
05/24/2021 3:30 AM EST
11d. 8h. 14m.
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1964 FORD GALAXIE #1697509317

1964 FORD GALAXIE

Lot #:
1697509317
VIN:
4U66Z166247
Odometer:
33 942
DREAM RIDES, USA
05/24/2021 6:00 AM EST
11d. 10h. 44m.
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1938 CHEVROLET OTHER #1697509380

1938 CHEVROLET OTHER

Lot #:
1697509380
VIN:
6038401
Odometer:
135
DREAM RIDES, USA
05/24/2021 6:00 AM EST
11d. 10h. 44m.
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1975 CHECKER MARATHON A11E #1698056742

1975 CHECKER MARATHON A11E

Lot #:
1698056742
VIN:
A12671150761C
Odometer:
159 487
DREAM RIDES, USA
05/24/2021 6:00 AM EST
11d. 10h. 44m.
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1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO #1555933831

1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO

Lot #:
1555933831
VIN:
123378N402254
Odometer:
17 871
KAPOLEI, HAWAII, USA
05/24/2021 12:00 PM EST
11d. 16h. 44m.
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1972 MERCEDES-BENZ 280 #1690276405

1972 MERCEDES-BENZ 280

Lot #:
1690276405
VIN:
10806812013348
Odometer:
97 942
HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA, USA
05/27/2021 10:00 AM EST
14d. 14h. 44m.
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1952 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE #1695090509

1952 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE

Lot #:
1695090509
VIN:
10334881
Odometer:
8 897
HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA, USA
05/27/2021 10:00 AM EST
14d. 14h. 44m.
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1981 DATSUN 720 LONG B #1693620825

1981 DATSUN 720 LONG B

Lot #:
1693620825
VIN:
JN6MD02S9BW001911
Odometer:
173 188
MOCKSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, USA
06/02/2021 5:00 AM EST
20d. 9h. 44m.
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1962 CHEVROLET C1 SERIES #1695951702

1962 CHEVROLET C1 SERIES

Lot #:
1695951702
VIN:
2C144B108477
Odometer:
0
GASTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, USA
06/04/2021 5:00 AM EST
22d. 9h. 44m.
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1985 HONDA PRELUDE 18 #1697685708

1985 HONDA PRELUDE 18

Lot #:
1697685708
VIN:
JHMAB5224FC047919
Odometer:
201 640
EUGENE, OREGON, USA
06/15/2021 10:00 AM EST
33d. 14h. 44m.
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Classic Cars

The car industry shares one thing with the mobile and telecommunications industry: Despite the competition, only very few truly emerge as giant players. In the car industry, only a few brands have established a recognized name and a long-standing reputation in the market. It’s Honda in Japan; BMW and Mercedez Benz in Germany; and Ford in the United States. In fact, these three countries lead the pack when it comes to cars.  

Classic cars from USA especially are very popular, their design and make a throwback to the 70s – 90s period, made popular in photo ads of Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe. Old cars from USA are known for their sturdy and solid built and reliability. So, if you’re thinking of buying classic cars for export, here are 3 important things to take note.

 

  1. Check out the right places in search of the car you want. Nothing beats a personal contact in the US who can recommend you to a trusted classic car seller or dealer. The next best thing is to check out car clubs where you can find members who are collectors and are willing to sell.
  2. Don’t forget the inspection. Ever. A car buying checklist or an inspection checklist is handy to ensure you got all things covered. It’s always a tricky matter if you’re buying a car online but if you have to, then make sure you got the paperwork sorted out. At the very least, the classic car you’re buying should be registered to the seller otherwise you’ll have to pay extra charges for application of a title. The identification numbers on the tag of the car should also match the one on the title.

           An important check is the rust damage on the trunk, floor and sides of the car. While you can commission repairs, rust is rust and it can eventually lower the quality of your vehicle especially            if you intend to resell it.Check also other parts such as the car’s upholstery, mirror, side panels, as well as paint peelings, dents in the body and misalignment in the wheel. These little details            add to the cost of repair and restoration so the least damage and items to be repaired, the better. Of course, don’t forget to take the car out for a drive to check on the motor.

3 . Be smart about shipping. A major consideration when it comes to classic cars shipping is exposure to water and salty air. Cars are transported in ship cargo carriers and you don’t want your investment to be in contact with either water or salt air. Make sure there are no lose parts when you pack your car. Commission a professional and reliable packing company who will do a good job of protecting both the interior and exterior of your car so that it arrives in good condition.

A classic car, much like (or perhaps even more) a new model, is an investment. For the price that you’re getting, make sure that you’ve carefully checked all the necessary parts before signing the paperwork. And just as you’re willing to pay for the car itself, don’t scrimp on the shipping and transport arrangements. Consider it part of protecting your investment.