The Classic Car Network news covers interesting facts and news from classic, vintage and antique car dealers and collectors around the world. If you have an announcement or news article regarding classic cars, please send it to us for publication on Classiccars.net
No, it's not you. This is Classiccars.net.
If you've been wondering what's happened to Classiccars.net, it's really quite simple. We've finally given Classiccars.net a much needed upgrade. It's the same trusty site that's been online since the mid nineties. The difference is the look and the features. Better navigation, better interactive features, better ways to post your classifieds and a better way to meet others like you who have a major interest in classic cars are just a few of the features the new Classiccars.net brings.
A better way to post classifieds.
Your ability to post classifieds has just become easier. Our classified forms allow you to post a picture, give you ample room to write a description and allow you to place an email and a link back to a web site. Classifieds will show up on our improved bulletin board and our new free internet classifieds and directory listings database, Freebieclassifieds.com. Our new classifieds reach a greater multitude of people.
A better way to advertise your business.
Our featured classifieds are a great way to highlight events and businesses related to classic cars. Featured classifieds are placed on the home page. They allow you to post a picture, description, email and web site address. They'll be posted on Classiccars.net and Freebieclassifieds.com. Take advantage of our limited time of free featured classifieds. If you are a classic car restorer, dealer, repairer or know of any major events that others might enjoy, use our featured classifieds to get the word out.
Introducing our In the News page.
Our In the News section covers interesting facts and news from classic, vintage and antique car dealers and collectors around the world. If you have an announcement or news article regarding classic cars, send it to us for publication on Classiccars.net. Let us know if you'd like to become a contributing writer. We'd love to have you on board.
New Seen Around Town, Classic Cars in History and Vintage Price Guides.
We've given these areas of our site a new look. As always, we are eager to receive contributions from our viewers. If you've got a great photo of a classic car or some classic car history you'd love to share, send it in and we'll post it. While you are at it, take advantage of our new Vintage Price Guide page. If you know of other places to obtain prices, let us know and we'll post them. We credit all contributions to Classiccars.net with the contributor's name and location.
Now it's easy to get published.
Check out our How to Publish page to take advantage of all the opportunities available to you to help your classic cars business. We can help you get your business started or help expand your existing business via our internet publishing and marketing services. Contact us today to discuss your business needs.
Share your ideas with us.
As always, we are interested in hearing from our visitors. Send us your suggestions and comments. We are always looking for ways to improve our site to make your visit enjoyable and worthwhile.
We hope you enjoy the new Classiccars.net!
This column features classic, vintage and antique automobiles in their historical settings. We invite Museums and individuals to contribute to this column. Please send us a photograph or digitized copy.
Welcome to the Classic Car Network price guides!
Kelly's blue book: to help you narrow down the value (Autos 1981 to 2005)
The Gold Book: Manheim Auction Auto Values established in 1968 and based on verified private party transactions. (Autos 1817 to 1975).
Nada Guide: Classic, Collectible and Special Interest Cars as well as Trucks and Highline Exotics (Autos 1926 to 2005).
Recent classic car auctions are also a great source for obtaining a FMC for your classic, antique or vintage car. Below are several auction houses that present the results of the auctions to the public for free.
Be sure to check the Classic car bulletin Board for opportunities to discuss values and features with other classic car enthusiasts.