Before it comes time to list the classic car you invested in, whether in the classified section of the newspaper or online in the hopes that a classic car collector like John Rosatti will buy it, there is the preparation part. You will want to gather up all of the important details and information that you can on your car so that you can answer a huge majority of your potential buyer’s questions in the listing itself.
This information can include various receipts that you may have from the restoration of the classic car, sales paperwork, ID documents, the car’s registration, any manuals that you may have or instruction books that you had bought throughout the registration process. Historical contacts such as information on the former owners are also a handy thing to have when you are listing a classic car for sale. This provides potential buyers like John Rosatti with a wealth of knowledge on the car that they may be interested in buying. The more information that you have, the closer you will be able to get to your asking price.
You may also want to take the time to write down some information about the car from your own experiences with it. If you had restored the car yourself you may want to include details on the parts that you bought that needed to be replaced, information on the type of tires that are on the car can also be very helpful as well. You will want to list any weaknesses that are present in the car in your listing; this will help to let the buyers know that you are providing them with an honest sale by informing that a few minor issues still need to be fixed.