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PORSCHE 911 (996) HARDTOP IN SILVER. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, NO BLEMISHES OR STONE CHIPS. HEATED REAR WINDOW, SPEAKER COVERS, HEADLINING UNMARKED

GREEN, MANUAL, 1598CC, 50123 MILES, CUSTOM BUILT MINI PICK UP WITH FRIDGE IN THE REAR, GREAT COMPANY PROMOTION VEHICLE IN USE, PLEASE RING TO VIEW

HAROLD RADFORD BUILT VEHICLE, BLUE/GREY, AUTOMATIC, 4877CC, PETROL, 74500 MILES, CLASSIC CAR, V5 HERE, PART OF A COLLECTION OF OVER 60 VEHICLES IN OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION, SELLING DUE TO LACK OF SPACE

3966 MILES, BLACK, DAKOTA LEATHER UPHOLSTERY, DUAL ZONE AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING, ENHANCED BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE FUNCTIONALITY WITH USB AUDIO INTERFACE, CRUISE CONTROL, REAR PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL,

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BLACK, MANUAL, CLOTH SEATS, 38,367 MILES, V5 HERE, SERVICE DOCS, RARE TO FIND THESE DAYS VERY STRAIGHT UN ABUSED CAR, PART OF A COLLECTION OF OVER 60 VEHICLES IN OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION, SELLING DUE TO

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FossilCars.com has been providing classic car enthusiasts with quality listings of collector cars and muscle cars since 2000. Browse by classic car make or search classic cars .

Keep updated with the latest classic car news on our vintage car blog. Friend us on Facebook. follow us on Twitter. or post on our old car forum to ask questions or share your expertise about classic cars. We want to see your cars and hear the stories behind them!

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Top 10 Ways To Get Top Dollar For Your Car


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Top 10 Ways To Get Top Dollar For Your Car

Although many assets appreciate in value as they age, a car is not one of them. Edmunds estimates that new cars lose as much as 20% of their value as soon as they are driven off the lot. But you can improve your car’s resale value and hold on to it longer by keeping it in good condition and allocating expenditures wisely. Read on for 10 ways to keep your car in peak condition – and preserve more of its value for when you want to sell it.

Spend Wisely on Extras

Some people are drawn to expensive stereo equipment or navigation, while others prefer safety equipment or a sporty but expensive spoiler. However, adding expensive equipment to a car does not necessarily increase its value.

Many vehicle owners think they will be able to recoup the cost of after-market products they have installed at resale time, only to be disappointed when a prospective buyer isn’t willing to pay for the after-market accessories, so be wary of installing products you like, but that others may not.

Consider practical products, such as iPod connectors. Similarly, a bed liner for a truck may be worthwhile because it helps protect the bed against dings and scratches, which can help preserve the car’s value.

Do Regular Maintenance and Check-Ups

Every vehicle manufacturer recommends regular maintenance ; the schedule depends on driving conditions and other factors. Manufacturers used to suggest changing your oil every 3,000 miles, but now some of them have increased their recommended intervals to 5,000 or even 10,000 miles, depending on driving patterns and conditions. Some car manufacturers recommend better-grade oils, such as 5W-20 instead of the usual 5W-30. Use the oil suggested by the manufacturers – don’t skimp on this one. If you do, your warranty may be voided because you did not follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for a new car. Regular, on-time maintenance will help keep your vehicle in good health and your money in your pocket over the long run.

Tire pressure is another important maintenance item. If neglected, low tire pressure can affect tire performance and safety. According to fueleconomy.gov, properly inflated tires can improve gas mileage by about 3%. Keep tires properly inflated according to manufacturer recommendations. Don’t always go with 32/32 front and back; every vehicle is different, so check your manufacturer’s manuals.

Other regular servicing recommendations by vehicle manufacturers, such as changing air filters around every 15,000-20,000 miles and changing various other recommended fluids at set intervals (20,000, 40,000, 60,000, etc.) also affect the performance – and lifespan – of the car. Sometimes dealers offer special pricing on these services.

Always Keep Records

Document all repairs and maintenance with receipts, and save them in a special folder. When you go to sell your car, these can be used to show the prospective buyer that you have maintained your vehicle.

Check Your VIN Report

A vehicle identification number (VIN) report is like a car’s credit report. It is the first document a prospective buyer often pulls, before even looking at the car. The report usually discloses the full history of a vehicle from the day it lands on a dealer’s dock up to current ownership and includes changes of ownership, accidents, servicing, etc. Many dealers update this report automatically when they service a vehicle. That’s one reason to use the dealership for servicing, even though it might cost more compared to the local repair shop.

By checking the report every so often, you will know whether it shows all the activities or if any incorrect information has been added. If you see anything suspicious, instruct the insurance company that reported the incorrect information to the VIN-report preparer to correct the error.

Keep Mileage Under Control

An important determinant of a vehicle’s value is the amount of mileage it has for its age; insurance companies also take mileage into account when setting premiums. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, annual mileage of roughly 13,500 a year is considered average. If you drive more than that it will detract from your car’s value; if you drive less than the average, your car is likely to depreciate at a slower rate.

Looks Matter

Whether human or machine, first impressions are lasting. An ugly, ill-kept car does not reflect well on its owner, and experts believe that just by cleaning your car, you can add hundreds of dollars to its value when you sell. That doesn’t mean you have to use cleaning brushes every week and spend hours scrubbing and waxing. Just clean it periodically.

If you don’t have the time to clean your car, use a car wash. For more extensive adjustments to your car’s appearance. you can detail it yourself or take it to a detail shop. Use a coat of wax to protect your vehicle’s paint surface from nature’s elements.

Keep It Clean

Even if you wash and detail your car frequently, it won’t matter much if you treat it like a cafeteria or designated smoking area. Avoid eating and drinking inside your car, even on long road trips. Don’t smoke and don’t allow anyone else to smoke in your car. Spills, cigarette smoke and stains can ruin the inside appearance and smell of your car and lower its resale value.

Protect Its Appearance

Even the color of a vehicle can impact its resale value, so it is essential to keep your vehicle parked in a shaded place and to store it properly. If you live in an extremely cold or warm environment and you have the option to store your car inside, you should do so. Excessive sun can fade the outer surfaces of your car, including paint, trim and moldings. Additionally, extremely cold temperatures and environmental conditions can wreak havoc on your car’s internal engine components. By storing your car inside in a climate-controlled environment, you can help avoid costly and unnecessary repairs in the future.

Also try to avoid conditions that can damage the exterior finish of your car. Paint chips, gouges or fading can all decrease a car’s value. If your vehicle’s paint is less than ideal, consider having it painted prior to resale time and be sure to have a reputable paint expert or body shop perform the work. A nice-looking exterior finish can increase a car’s curb appeal and ultimately its value.

Although dents, scratches and other kinds of damage are sometimes unavoidable, it is important to remember that visible imperfections will impact resale value. Dent repair, a “light touch” procedure, can get rid of dents without sandblasting and expensive painting.

Other problems many vehicle owners face are rusting and unsightly stone chips. Repairing those chips with an inexpensive touch-up stick can dramatically improve your car’s appearance.

Fix Small Problems Promptly

Many drivers tend to neglect small problems as long as the car still runs. Unfortunately, these are often warning signs of a more serious problem. Taking care of problems in a timely manner, whether mechanical or cosmetic, can often save money and help you avoid frustration. If you live in a cold climate with harsh winters, be sure to wash your vehicle often to remove salt deposits that can eventually lead to rust. Whenever possible, have your car undercoated to avoid salt deposits from building up on the frame and the underside of the quarter panels and fenders.

Treat Your Car With Respect

Prevent excessive wear and tear by avoiding extreme start-and-stop driving, over-towing (or towing more weight than is recommended in your owner’s manual), excessive speeding or driving your vehicle in areas with poor road conditions.

Accidents, no matter how slight, can negatively impact a vehicle’s value and jeopardize personal safety. No matter how short the trip, avoid excessive speeds and erratic or irresponsible driving and always pay attention to the roadway and weather conditions.

The Bottom Line

Whether you want your current car to last longer or you’re looking to get the most value at resale, make sure you get the most bang for your buck by staying on top of maintenance and cosmetic issues. By following these simple steps, you can increase your car’s value and get the most money when it comes time to sell.


Classic Cars For Sale USA & Europe. Classic Car Specifications and Technical Data


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Import / Export – Door to Door Classic Car Shipping Worldwide

This website has been created not only to help as a way to source classic cars for sale worldwide, but we also have many years experience of importing exporting classic vehicles to and from all parts of USA, Europe, Canada Australia. If you have bought, or are planning to buy a classic vehicle, we can help you with international door to door shipping from almost anywhere in the world at very competitive prices. We can arrange coordinate collections, deliveries, customs clearance / documentation, local taxes port handling for all types and sizes of vehicles.

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We have many years of experience in the classic car industry have an excellent record for finding those elusive difficult to find cars or parts for our clients in all parts of the world.


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Classic Cars

We have completely updated our website and added features to help you find classic cars you are interested in and to sell your cars. As well as classic car ads, the website provides dealer and club information and guides to specific manufacturers and models. Enjoy our new website.

Car Guides

It’s easy to browse our guides to manufacturers, models and versions. As well as pictures and descriptions we show you the most relevant current www.classiccars.co.uk ads and previously sold cars. Its a valuable guide to the classic car market.

Car Clubs

Clubs are where the real classic car experts can be found. We have collated details about hundreds of clubs. Our club directory includes details about club members manufacturer and model specialisation and interest.

Car Dealers

Whether you are buying or selling a classic car, dealers can be a valuable help. We have collated details about hundreds of dealers and their cars. Our dealer directory includes details about manufacturer and model specialisation as well as current and previously sold cars.


Classic and Vintage Cars For Sale USA & Europe. Classic Car Specifications and Technical Data


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Import / Export – Door to Door Classic Car Shipping Worldwide

This website has been created not only to help as a way to source classic cars and parts for sale worldwide, but we also have many years experience of importing exporting classic vehicles to and from all parts of USA, Europe, Canada Australia. If you have bought, or are planning to buy a classic vehicle, we can help you with international door to door shipping from almost anywhere in the world at very competitive prices. We can arrange coordinate collections, deliveries, customs clearance / documentation, local taxes port handling for all types and sizes of vehicles.

Please do not hesitate to ask us for a quote. just tell us the year, make / model, present location final destination to include zip / postcodes of the vehicle if possible and we will get back to you with the costs soon. For classic car parts, e.mail us with as much info about your car as possible we will get back to you with a no obligation price quote very soon.

Classic Cars Technical Data / Specifications

Additionally, we provide a comprehensive reference for classic car identification and basic essential technical specifications. We have tried to include data, photos and history of all significant car manufacturers, popular or otherwise and the variations of their classic cars produced during the 20th century.


Classic Car Insurance: Collector Car Insurance


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A specialized policy at a lower rate

Get more and spend up to 45 percent less than on standard auto insurance

With Progressive Advantage SM Classic Car Insurance, powered by Hagerty . you get specialized protection at a reasonable price. And it’s from a provider you can trust Hagerty is the world’s leader for classic car insurance. Because your policy is only for classics, you could save up to 45 percent compared to your daily driver insurance. *

Enjoy your car.

Your car is a collectible that you want to enjoy on the road the way it was meant to be enjoyed. Use your classic for pleasure driving, like taking an occasional cruise or attending unlimited events; you have no fixed mileage restrictions. **

Protect your investment.

We’ll agree on a fair value for your classic, and in the event of a covered total loss, you’ll get every cent of your car’s insured value. And there’s no depreciation.

Preserve your classic.

Restore your car’s beauty if you have a claim Hagerty offers stock original replacement parts, and has specialists on hand to hunt down any rare or hard-to-find ones. Add roadside service and benefits for guaranteed flatbed towing with special soft straps.

A few things to note before you quote:

Generally, to get insurance for your classic, you need to park it in a garage, use it as an extra car not your daily driver and keep it in good working condition.

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Get Cheaper Classic Car Insurance

A classic car as special as yours deserves a special kind of insurance policy.

That’s where Adrian Flux could help. With over 40 years experience in arranging insurance for every car imaginable and some you probably couldn’t imagine we can tailor a classic car policy as unique as your vehicle.

We know that owners of classic cars are not like other motorists and the classic car insurance cover we arrange can take this into account.

  • We were the pioneers of limited mileage policies, giving classic car owners comprehensive insurance at a fraction of the previous cost
  • We also introduced Cherished policies that can lower premiums on cars as young as 5 years old
  • We offered kit car insurance when no-one else would
  • We can offer agreed value classic cover
  • We could offer laid up cover for your projects
  • Members of most classic car owners clubs and forums could also benefit from discounts of up to 15%. If you’re not a member of a club yet, check out our list of classic car manufacturers and owners clubs, as the membership of a club often pays for itself

    We can offer flexible and competitive classic car insurance quotes for most circumstances, sourcing the best available scheme from amongst the many offered by our panel of over 40 insurers. Why waste your time ringing round dozens of companies when we can do it for you? If you do ring round, come to us last we will do our very best to beat the cheapest quote you get.*

    Insurance for Classic Cars

    What constitutes a classic car can sometimes be a matter for dispute, but you will find that we have a broader definition than most of our competitors, which includes cars as young as 5 years old. We could arrange great cover whether your car is a Vauxhall VX220, Austin Seven or even a trusty Ford Cortina.

    Whether you bought your car as a ‘project’, a hobby or simply to have fun driving in, we understand the particular needs that classic car owners have from a classic insurance policy. That’s why we could offer:

    • Agreed value cover many insurers will only pay out the ‘market value’ of your classic car if you suffer a total loss. We could assess your car and agree cover for its true value, so you won’t get a nasty surprise if you need to make a claim.
  • Laid up policies so your classic projects are fully protected from theft or mishap.
  • Limited Mileage discounts the fewer miles you drive, the more you can save, from as little as 1,500 miles. Because classic cars tend not to be driven every day, most schemes incorporate a limited mileage element. Unlike many of our competitors, however, we could also offer insurance for people who use their classic car more frequently.
  • Wedding Hire cover could be arranged on application.
  • Track Day / Rally cover could be arranged on application, depending on the policy taken.
  • Owner’s Club Discounts If you belong to a recognised classic car owners club or enthusiasts’ forum, you may receive a discount of up to 15%, depending on the policy taken.
  • Modified Classic Insurance Almost all modifications could be covered on a like for like basis

    Our experienced sales staff are knowledgeable in classic car insurance and will calculate your premium individually, using their expert knowledge of the many classic insurance schemes on offer. When you call us you will be speaking to a knowledgeable enthusiast, based in the UK, rather than a computer rate from a foreign call centre, which doesn’t know a Morris Marina from a Vauxhall Viva.

    Quicker Cheaper rates by phone, please complete the call me form during office hours 9am to 7pm Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm Saturday for an immediate classic car insurance quote.

    * On a like for like basis, subject to normal underwriting acceptance.


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    Is my car a classic, and do I need specialist insurance?

    By Anita Shargall on Tuesday 10 November 2015

    If you’ve got a classic car, you’ll need to think carefully about the type of car insurance you need.

    If you own a heritage vehicle, no doubt it’s among your most prized possessions. To you, your car is definitely a classic – but does your insurance company see it the same way?

    It’s hard to know, as there is no standard definition of the term ‘classic car’ for insurance purposes. HM Revenue Customs rules state that you can define a car as classic if it is more than 15 years old and worth at least £15,000 – but individual insurance providers may use different criteria when deciding whether to confer heritage or classic status on your car.

    While a standard insurance policy may be available for your vehicle, it could be that choosing a specialist classic car insurance policy is a smarter move.

    How much does classic car insurance cost?

    Classic car insurance policies tend to assume that drivers use their heritage vehicles less often than they would a modern car – perhaps driving it exclusively during warmer months, and not in winter.

    For this reason, as well as because classic cars are generally well maintained by their owners, it might be that a classic car insurance policy is cheaper for you than standard 12 month car cover.

    However, if your classic car insurance policy specifies an annual mileage cap, you must take care not to exceed this without contacting your insurer to arrange an extension to your existing cover. It’s important to stick to the terms of any insurance policy you have purchased; if you don’t, you may find yourself ineligible for a pay out should you need one.

    Exactly how much your individual classic car insurance costs will, of course, depend upon your personal circumstances and the heritage vehicle you drive.

    Will a classic car insurance policy offer me the same protection as a standard fully comprehensive policy?

    While there are many similarities between a classic car insurance policy and an ordinary ‘fully comp’ policy, there are some important differences you need to be aware of.

    Assessing the value of a classic car can be far more difficult than working out what a modern car is worth. Therefore, it’s a good idea to avoid buying an insurance policy that states it will simply pay out the ‘market value’ in the event that your heritage vehicle is stolen or written off.

    To you, your car is definitely a classic – but does your insurance company see it the same way?

    If you can, agree a valuation for your classic car with your provider before buying an insurance policy. To help establish a fair figure, you could ask an industry expert or vintage car dealer to provide an expert opinion on the value of your heritage motor.

    You might also want to consider that some vintage cars increase in value as time goes by. Be sure that your chosen insurer is willing to review and, if appropriate, increase the agreed valuation on your classic car on a regular basis.

    Also, it’s important to check the replacement parts policy of your insurer. No doubt you’ll want to ensure that you’ll be covered for the purchase of authentic replacement parts for your heritage motor, should it need to be repaired.

    Finally, if you plan to take your classic car around the country – or even overseas – to shows and rallies, make sure your insurance policy covers this. If your classic car is for hire (for example, for weddings) you will also need to ensure you have appropriate insurance cover in place.

    Where will I find the best deal on heritage car insurance?

    It could be that buying classic car insurance from a specialist provider is your best bet – but mainstream insurers also offer cover for heritage cars, so it’s a good idea to explore both options.

    It’s always a good idea to compare a variety of quotations, no matter what kind of insurance you’re buying.

    Don’t forget that it’s important to understand the details of the policies you’re comparing, as well as to look at how much they cost. Be sure to consider the quality of cover on offer from different insurers, as well as their prices.

    Finally, it’s very likely that you won’t build up any no-claims discount when you hold a specialist classic car insurance policy.

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    * The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge. tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Click here to see all Chevrolet vehicles’ destination freight charges.

    ***The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional equipment. Includes destination freight charge and gas guzzler tax.

    1. Based on MSRP of $46,630. Must trade in a 1999 model year or newer vehicle. Must qualify through GM Financial or Wells Fargo. Not available with special financing, lease and some other offers. At participating dealers only. Take delivery by 1/4/16. See dealer for details.

    2. Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov ).

    3. Dependability based on longevity: 1987-April 2013 full-size pickup registrations.

    4. Available late 2014. Preproduction model shown throughout. Actual production model may vary.

    5. Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov ).

    6. Cleaner than previous-generation diesels.

    7. Available early 2015. Preproduction model shown throughout. Actual production model may vary. LTZ model shown.

    9. The Chevrolet Malibu received the lowest number of problems per 100 vehicles among midsize cars in the proprietary J.D. Power 2014 Initial Quality (IQS) and 2015 Vehicle Dependability (VDS) Studies℠. IQS based on 86,118 responses from new-vehicle owners, measuring opinions after 90 days of ownership. VDS based on 34,372 responses from original owners of 2012 model-year vehicles after 3 years of ownership about the past 12 mos. Results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed February-May 2014 and November-December 2014. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com .

    13. IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT ALTERATIONS AND WARRANTIES: Installations or alterations to the original-equipment vehicle or chassis as distributed by General Motors are not covered by the General Motors New-Vehicle Limited Warranty. The special body company, assembler, equipment installer, or upfitter is solely responsible for warranties on the body or equipment and any alterations (or any effect of the alterations) to any of the parts, components, systems, or assemblies installed by GM. GM is not responsible for the safety or quality of design, features, materials, or workmanship of any alterations by such suppliers.