CARS, FULL SIZE
The larger an antique, the harder it is to sell to an out-of-town customer. That is the general rule, but for cars the rule does not hold. A car in working condition can be driven or hauled to its new home with a minimum of problems. This means that antique and classic automobiles have a national market. To get the best price for a car, first check the guides used by automobile dealers and wholesalers when they make an offer on your secondhand car. After you have established these prices, check Hemmings Motor News (Hemmings.com), the newspaper for car collectors, and check further. There are also many places online that price and sell cars, but they are not interested in collectible or classic cars.
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