For those looking to get started into the classic car hobby or looking for a new project, Goodguys Rod & Custom website has a pretty nifty feature. Goodguys Classifieds offers hot rodders the opportunity to sell, trade, or window shop. Other websites offer the same features, but this online listing caters to the buyers for Lead Sleds, T-buckets, classics, and more.
Craigslist might be a wonderful platform for selling off that 1991 Ford Tempo that you inherited from your Great Aunt Mildred, but it not the proper place for a Willys. The listings are nicely laid out to highlight the features of your custom and for the $19.99 price, it seems like a bargain compared to flakes or other creepers that many sites attract.
Online classified advertisements for hot rods are not as flashy the television auctions shows, but you do have all of the fees that are associated with that TV exposure. Sure, there are certain cars that will command an audience and will attract buyers to auction, but unless you are a celebrity or it is painted a certain shade of green the small screen access is probably not in your future.
For buyers, Goodguys categorizes the type of car to make the search more appealing for the prospective buyer. Why would you want to look at exotics or muscle cars when you are in the market for a ’32 Ford 3-window? Overall, this is an affordable way to sell your rod or custom. Once it sells you might find yourself searching the classifieds for your next hot rod to take to upcoming Goodguy’s 2017 show.