Specialized Finds

We are a group that helps classic car buyers find their dream car without pushy salesmen, annoying e-mails, or round the clock phone calls. At Sharp Classics we perform an extensive inquiry of the collector to figure out exactly what features our discriminant buyer wants in a car. Then we reach out to our vast network of hundreds of classic car dealers and private collectors. The results are presented to you in an easily accessible document that allows you to choose which cars you follow up with purchasing on your own schedule. Your personal information is never shared.

If You’re Looking for a Classic Car...

  • No more searching the same three classic car sites and see cars that sold weeks or months ago.
  • Protect your time by masking your identity through our site.  You get to call on the cars that you like.  Salesmen will not be calling you on cars; you get the option of reaching out to them.
  • No fees! We do request a donation to the 501c3 tax-deductible charity JDRF if you are happy with Sharp Classics

If You’re Wanting to sell your Classic Car...

  • Access to committed buyers who are not just surfing the internet and dreaming.
  • Customers tell you what is in demand right now.
  • Search our wanted ads to see if your inventory can be turned over immediately.
  • No fees! We do request a donation to the 501c3 tax-deductible charity JDRF if you are happy with Sharp Classics

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