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Classic & Collector Car Auctions

We are the only online marketplace offering dealer-free classic and collector car auctions.  Finally a level playing field for the little guy.

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Rudy’s “Grime Time” Garage Vlog:

Guys With Rides Is Redefining Classic & Collector Car Auctions

Here Are The Key Features That Make Our Service Unique

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Thinking About Selling? We provide free classic car market valuations

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Sellers pay $99 only after their ride sells. Buyers pay 4% ($99 min, $4K max)

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We can auction and sell your classic before our competitors can even offer it

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Excluding Dealers Levels The Playing Field For Everyday Enthusiast

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Sellers your ride stays safe in your garage until its sold online.

Save Thousands Online

Traditional in-person auctions provide an experience that costs thousands

Reserve Auctions Preferred

No Reserve Auctions Are Risky. That’s Why We Do Not Push Them On Sellers

Automatic Proxy Bidding

Who has time entering bids one-at-a-time? Our system bids for you.

No Auction Time Extensions

Time Extensions Play On Bidders Fears & Emotions To Make Irrational Bids

Classic Cars For Sale By Owner – No Dealers Allowed!

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Our Daily Feature Car Blog

Two Years Gone: 1979 Ford Fairmont Durango Tribute – NOW $13,000

I spent one day a week in the summer of 1981 riding around Western New York with four classmates and an overweight driving instructor known by all as “Sarge” (he also happened to be the Town judge for many years). The driver’s ed car of choice in those days was an underpowered and unairconditioned Ford Fairmont. 

Rare Ride: 1988 Pontiac Trans Am GTA Notchback – $15,000

Looking back on the history of the Pontiac Trans Am, General Motors’ “Excitement Division” produced some very rare models, most of which were Pace car-themed. However, one model is even rarer than the original 1969 Trans Am. That would be the 1988 Pontiac Trans Am GTA equipped with the AA8 Notchback hatch option.

Cheap Craigslist ClassiFINDS

Seven Daily Classics Under $15K

Buy Now or Make Offer

Classic Rides For Sale By Owner

1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Brickyard 400 Pace Car at Indianapolis motor Speedway

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