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In a previous article we’ve covered the basics regarding eBay Motors and in this article we will go a little bit more in depth, explaining some of the issues that you must take into consideration when considering finding on eBay Classic Cars.

eBay Classic Cars

First and foremost, it is advisable that you figure out the guidelines for what you are willing to pay and also how much money you can actually afford. All of the eBay classic cars bids feature a bidding process and for this reason you should know before you start bidding how much money are you willing to pay for a vehicle.

To do so, you must find out if the price of the seller meets or exceeds the market value of that specific car, and one good way to do this would be by searching for other similar cars on eBay. In addition, you could also have a look at Hemmings, Old Car Buyers Guide as well as NADA’s Classic, Collectible, and Special Interest Car Appraisal Guide & Directory.

If you are thinking of buying one of those eBay classic cars, you should also take into account the other expenses that come with purchasing a vehicle. Some examples would be the costs for state taxes, title, registration and any additional shipping costs. To figure out the overall costs, it would be best if you contact your state DMV website for guidelines concerning taxes, registration and title transfer. The seller of the classic car might not be local so you will need to know how to pick up the car or arrange for it to be shipped. In most cases, the seller can arrange the shipment of the car but this will probably cost you extra.

If the classic car that you want to buy costs more than $15,000 (and in most cases it does), eBay will ask you for a credit card. It is highly recommended that you don’t wait until the last minute to offer this type of info because you’ll be notified when you bid and will not be able to proceed. eBay uses the credit card information in order to confirm your identity and won’t charge you for the item. This is mostly a safety measure meant to protect both buyers and sellers from any potential frauds.

If you want to purchase one of the listed eBay classic cars, prepare to make an installment payment when the auction closes and a full payment within seven days. If your desire is to make monthly payments, you will have to have financing secured, and eBay Motors can help you get the necessary financing. To find out more information about this you should have a look at the eBay Financing Center.

After you have placed a bid you will have to monitor the bidding process closely to check and see if you have been outbid. Remember to stick to your pre established budget because there is a tendency among buyers to bid more than they can afford and they end up with serious financial problems.

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