Monthly Archives: March 2014

Buying a Car From a Private Seller

Buying a car from a private seller can be tricky. Not only do you have to hone your bargaining skills as you would when working with dealer, you’ll also likely need to secure the full purchase price up front and complete some paperwork that the dealer would normally complete on your behalf. So, when you’re looking […]

April Must-See Car Show: Lone Star Rod & Kustom Round Up

Warmer weather is FINALLY making its way across the U.S. and hot rod and custom owners are polishing up the chrome for spring car shows. During the warmer months, we’ve decided to highlight some of the most popular and unique classic car shows from around the country. It only seems appropriate that we would kick […]

How To: Shipping A Vehicle Overseas

With buyers from all over the world shopping on classic vehicle marketplaces like ClassicCars.com and others, the chances that your vehicle may need to be shipped overseas are increasing by the day. While there are definitely more boxes to check when it comes to shipping vehicles internationally, there are a few easy steps you can take […]

A History of Livestock Auctions – The Next Big Step

The unbridled success and explosive growth of the United States can be directly tied to two major cultural shifts – the industrial revolution and the post-WWII boom generation of the late 1940s. As those two shifts affected the American population, both movements also brought about rapid change in the way industries were able to conduct […]

Tips for Buying and Selling Used Farm Equipment

Just as with used vehicles, there are definite benefits to purchasing pre-owned agricultural and farm equipment. First and foremost, if you’re looking to add some new iron to your arsenal price is always a consideration. That being said, there are some other aspects you should definitely take into consideration when looking at used equipment at […]

Must-See North American Car Shows

Despite the recent snap back into winter temperatures throughout most of the country, spring is slowly working its way back into our lives. If there’s anything you can count on once the weather warms up it would be the rev of muscle cars and motorcycles as owners work out the winter stiffness in gear boxes […]

6 Tips for International Buying and Selling

Let’s talk international commerce. If you’re an enterprising individual or business there’s no reason as to why you should avoid marketing outside of your home country. We all know that the internet has changed the game and made international commerce easier than ever, so why keep dodging the bullet? While international buying and selling has […]