Every couple of years, we dive into the fray and look for another project car. We’re in that mood again, and our new search has brought to the surface some of our hot buttons with sellers who are on the prowl for a quick buck at the expense of newbie buyers. Even if you’re an old pro, you probably have some of the same gripes, or have been burned in the same way we have, so we’re laying it all out on paper. Think of it as equal parts fair warning and hot rodding humor. Since our car shopping mood was immediately preceded by a selling episode, we’ve included some informative (and tongue-in-cheek) selling advice too. So, were we successful in finding a new project car? Readers of our PHR blog, watchers of our YouTube channel, and followers of our Facebook feed already know the answer! We’ll have more on that topic in the August issue, but there is a clue right here in our last tip in this story … Tips For Buyers If it has the words Project, Custom, Classic, or Complete in the title, beware—the sales job has started before any details are even given. You already… Read full this story
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