Buying a classic car is, for many, the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. Whether buying a prize example of their first car 30 years on or reliving childhood holidays in a fine example of dad's old saloon, classic car ownership is about enjoyment and relaxation. But the sheer enthusiasm with which many people enter into the purchase can sometimes blind them to the harsh realities of owning and running a classic car.
Purchasing a classic car is much different than purchasing a typical car, and even for the most experienced buyers it can be a tricky feat. The last thing you want is to spend big money on a lemon. Here is a quick guide to some ways and useful tips that can help you find a quality classic car that you'll enjoy for years to come.
Book content includes:
Chapter 1 - What to Consider When Buying a Classic Car
Chapter 2 - How to Buy Used Classic Cars
Chapter 3 - A Beginner's Guide for New Classic Owners
Chapter 4 - Classic Car Insurance FAQs
Chapter 5 - What Is a True Classic Car?
Chapter 6 - Classic Car Sales: What to Look Out For
Chapter 7 - A Guide to Buying Classic Cars Online