If you’re into classic cars like I am, a great online resource to visit is AutoTraderClassics.com, and if you’re planning to attend the SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week, don’t forget to fuel your love for the classics by stopping by the AutoTrader Classics booth while you’re there. AutoTrader Classics is designed specifically for those who are new to collecting classic cars, as well as those who are experienced in the hobby.
AutoTrader Classics, which was launched earlier this year, is (in my opinion), one of the best online websites devoted to automotive classifieds and classic cars. The website boasts more than 20,000 listings of classic cars and trucks, as well as classic parts. AutoTrader Classics makes it possible to finally find the classic car of your dreams or purchase some of those hard to find parts!
Says Rob Huting, general manager of AutoTrader Classics:
“AutoTrader Classics will provide classic car aficionados of all varieties a place to find the vehicle of their dreams. In addition, it also includes a constantly growing number of resources designed to help these enthusiasts repair, restore, maintain and fully enjoy their classic cars and trucks.”
AutoTrader Classics has also launched a sleek, newly redesigned website. The new site offers visitors the opportunity to find specific cars, post their car for sale, browse classic cars for sale by model or type and interact with a variety of other resources and information for the classic car collector.
Along with the newly redesigned web site, AutoTrader Classics also publishes a total of nine awesome print magazines, so there really is something for everyone:
â€¢ Mustang & Ford
â€¢ Classic Cars & Parts
â€¢ Corvette & Chevy
â€¢ Kustoms & Hot Rods
â€¢ Deals on Wheels
â€¢ Racing Milestones
â€¢ Street & Tuner Milestones
â€¢ Truck, Race, Cycle & Rec. Marketplace
Recently, new changes have also been made to the print magazines, which include revised layouts and more informative editorial content.
Also available is the Classic Cars & Parts Price Guide, which is produced in partnership with NADA Guides and includes information on classic cars and trucks from 1946 to 1988 as well as exotic cars from 1946 to 2008.