NEW! Award WinnersCollector Cars With Very Optimistic Asking Prices
Our NEW! Award Stands For “No Effin Way!”
Sometimes a seller’s expectations about the price of their collectible car are not in line with what buyers are willing to pay. Some sellers believe they can add the restoration costs of their car into the asking price of the their collectible car. Others observe a collector car similar to theirs (but likely not in the same condition) sell for a record hammer price at auction and believe they can achieve the same. We’re here to manage expectations.
We’ve dedicated this page to examples that win our NEW! (No Effin Way!) award for ones we’ve come across. To qualify, the rules are simple: any collectible car with an asking price that is not in line with the guidelines sourced from either the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool or the latest print version of the NADA Classic, Collectible, Exotic, and Muscle Car Appraisal Guide is a candidate for the NEW! award.
If you are collectible car owner looking to find your vehicle’s next caretaker and need help figuring out what is a realistic asking price, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Our advice is fact-based upon data and best of all, is free!
If you come across an interesting collectible car (we’re not interested in everyday used cars!) that you think the private seller has an optimistic price on, send the link to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we decide to post your submission, you’ll get full credit along with a complimentary Guys With Rides T-Shirt, Magnet, and Stickers!