A bit too cheap compared to other advertisers who offer the same car, model, year and overall state? When you think it is ¨too good to be true¨... It probably is!
Personally, I do not want to be called again by a grown up man, who was literally crying over the phone... He bought a "completely restored Mercedes 190SL" for the price of a wreck and wired the money to the seller without making a proper inquiry first.
Guess what? He never received that 190SL, there was simply no car.
People, please, make sure you get to see all the information of the seller before you wire a large amount of money. Full name, when applicable company details, full address, copy of passport, and a copy of the car papers and all other history of the car (inclusive VIN number) and details of the transport/shipping firm. Also, ask for recent sales and references.
If you need someone to have a look at that offered vehicle, please do not hesitate to do so. Spend that money. Do not be like the crying man who just wired $ 69,000. Ok, you will be paying extra money for your gem, but it is worth it.
You will be able to sleep normally at night, you know your money goes to a person who really is going to send that car to you.
We are available for visiting (classic) car dealers/sellers in The U.K. and we have contacts in Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy and The USA who offer the same service.
When you need car scouts in other parts of the world, do not hesitate to contact us as we have a worldwide network of classic car specialists and scouts.