Trying to sell a classic car from1940

Asked by Jason Dec 08, 2016 at 11:50 AM

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

Trying to sell a 1940 Dodge on this site but
seems that I don't fit your "normal"
parameters. Can you suggest any way of
posting my classic car?

1940 Dodge Brothers D-17 Sedan
Original flat-head six has been converted
to 12 volt.  Very close to original
everything. Newer upholstery on seats but
original fabric on doors/sides/roof liner.  
Very solid car.  No missing teeth in grille,
badges are complete, all chrome is
present.  Easy restoration for the right
garage. Suicide doors. Brodie knob on
steering wheel. 1 of original 26,803 built for
1940.  Original owners manual.
76 years old and it's all still there.

5 Answers


I would sell it on Hemming's Motor News or maybe Craig's List if you want to put up with the flakes and scammers.

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You are not going to be able to sell it on this site, try craigslist in your area...



Hagerty, Hemmings, or Craigslist - also market the car locally at your local car meets, some meets are sponsored by an organization that might have a magazine, for instance in my area we have "Cruisin' Times", which is loaded with ads for local classics for sale, along with local rod shops advertising their services. It's a much more concentrated market for a classic car that some Web site.

I have 1982 Mercedes 280 SL convertible to sell, Body and top in excellent condition needs seem loving care and tuneup

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