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Where To Find US Classic Cars For Sale

Why the US classic car market has something for everyone.

The United States is one of the largest classic car markets in the world. In fact during 2015, there were over $1.45 billion in sales at US classic car auctions - an 11% year-on-year increase.

Not only are the sales volumes staggering, but the selection of classic cars is endless.

You can discover anything from European and Japanese imports, to the popular American muscle cars such as the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.


Due to the varying climate, you are also bound to find rust free classics from "dry" Western states such as California.


Here are the car selling sites to find US classic cars for sale:

1. Hemmings 

One of the oldest and most prestigious publications offers an extensive number of classic car listings from around the United States. As of today, there are over 22,172 classic cars for sale. You will certainly discover something worth checking out here. - Hemmings.com


2. Craigslist

A classifieds marketplace that is perfect for discovering project cars, rare makes and models, and sometimes even barn finds! The selection really is endless. We recommend using a tool called searchtempest in order to search all local listings at once. - Craigslist


3. MyClassicGarage

One of the newer sites on the list that is growing amid US classic car sellers. It is a great source for any American made car you can think of. Currently, there are over 19,108 classic cars listed. - Myclassicgarage.com


4. Bringatrailer

A source that is absolutely exploding amid classic car buyers around the world. They list the most notable and standout classic cars for sale in the United States. They have also launched their own online auction to great fanfare. - Bringatrailer.com


5. Barnfinds

Similar to Bringatrailer, but smaller in scale. They share a great selection of classics which most other sources tend to ignore. You can find a gem or two hear. - Barnfinds.com


6. ClassicCars

One of the largest source for US classic cars with 32,147 listings as of today. You are most likely to find cars listed by dealerships since listings aren't free. Classiccars.com


7. eBayMotors

A well known source for cars in countries such as Germany, eBay motors attracts a lot of classic car listings in the US as well. eBay.com/motors


Found a car you like? Check out our list list of tools to estimate what classic car is really worth.