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Tips on Buying a Classic Car at Auction

Want to be able to kick the tires on literally hundreds of classic cars? Want to see cars that you won’t typically see for sale in the local sales paper? Go to an auction. But you say, auctions are scary places with sneaky bidders and dealers that will out bid you at every turn. Not always. Rick Schmidt and Jeff Ford go to an Auction in Raleigh, North Carolina to find a car and come away with some tips you help you if you are interested in going to an auction to buy a classic car.


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5 days ago

Muscle Car Fan

Found a sweet all original 64 Cadillac, needs a motor ...

5 days ago

Muscle Car Fan

64 All original Cadillac with 53,000 miles ...

5 days ago

Muscle Car Fan

64 All original Cadillac with 53,000 miles ...

6 days ago

Muscle Car Fan

Found a sweet all original 64 Cadillac, needs a motor ...

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The supercharged 6.2L would move that metal real nicely 😉

That is so beautiful somebody took care of that cars

Dad bought one like that to resale I was in high school. To dumb to realize I'd been cool as hell in that thing

Sweet four door hardtop .

Love them old cats

How do you get 64000 miles with no motor.🤔🤔🤔🤣🤣🤣

Too bad it's a four-door

I have a 429 I am in the pro ess of rebuilding. Its .030 over .010 crank complete less pan and exhaust. Carb and air cleaner included. New fuel and water pump. $3500

Let me guess, it's going to get some piece of shit LS swap, right??

53000 Flintstones

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7 days ago

Muscle Car Fan

Parts Cadillacs and a 61 Starfire ...

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I need 69 cutlass 2dr post parts

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