Classic Mercedes are always highly desired and for good reason. It’s no coincidence that so many of these cars are still on the road today as the German engineering is meant to last. Diesel engine? Should last even longer. We sold a diesel Benz with over 200,000 miles and it was still strong as a bull, as well as a real looker. Having these stunning cars show up in TV shows and movies gives them an even larger bill board to remind people how stunning these vehicles were in days gone by. Got a convertible? Back up the brinks truck.
In December 2017 a 1960 Volkswagen bus sold for $207,000.00. These classic vehicles have been creeping up in price but the last two years the prices have skyrocketed. The bus known as the “23 window microbus” is considered the most valuable of all. It used to be that Volkswagens had to be over 50 years old to be valuable…that is no longer true.
Vintage muscle cars come our way occasionally too. Some in ‘stock’ condition, some with high mileage, and some in mint condition. If you have a vintage car you are thinking of liquidation, contact us for a free consultation. We can take all the hassle out of finding just the right buyer.
A classic car is an older automobile but the exact definition depends on where in the world you are. The common thread is however that an older car with enough historical interest to be collectable and worth preserving or restoring, rather than scrapping is deemed to be a ‘classic car’.
Cars 20 years and older typically fall into the classic class whereas cars 100 years and older are typically referred to as antique class.