Purchasing a 1960's BMW, Audi, Fiat or Renault classic from oversea at a great price
I am an American living outside the USA for the next few years. I have a small hotel, a
home and very much connected here with locals and customs.
On occasion I find a classic BMW, Audi (Union), Fiat, and Renault from the 1960's. In
great condition, often with low mileage. Comparable models listed for sale in the U.S.,
sell for between $14,900 and $18,000 on average. I could sell the car at a price on
average of $9,500 to $9,900 including shipping to a major U.S. port.
I would appreciate any imput from those of you who purchase cars from a distance and
from overseas. What can I do on my end to make the process as comfortable as
possible for the buyer? And, do you think this is a viable business model on a small
scale? I just truly enjoy these 60's era classics. Parts are not a problem here. Thanks
for any suggestions.
I like your idea. There's a 1960 something Mini Cooper on the next island over from me for less than $3000.00. I am to old and lazy to go through the hassle of doing what you are considering. Good luck.
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