Part 2 of 2 – Examples of a Good Classic Car Sales Ad
When advertising, there are a couple of key components that make sales. The first line that everyone will see first needs to be an attention getter. It is very important to give a little history of the car. Anything that is unique! It could be a limited production or same owner for 30 years. Some bit of history.
Brag about what it has. Mention brand names. Mention the good and the bad. Of course it’s helpful to have more good than bad. This shows that you are an honest seller. Not all cars are perfect. So do not present it that way. More information is better so you are not wasting your time talking to not so serious buyers. Give them as much information as possible. Include as many pictures as you can.
Here is a great car that is currently for sale. This ad contains just the right amount of good, bad, and what it needs.
1950 Crosley Station Wagon “A Marketing Masterpiece”
Crosley cars are often confused with foreign cars because of their size. It is no wonder why this small station wagon attracts so much attention. “A Marketing Masterpiece”.
This under construction project street rod is so unique that it brings attention to young and old. There is not a day when this little car doesn’t start a conversion with its unique appeal.
The body on this car was in near perfect condition with little rust. The car was completely chemically stripped to bare metal. Body work and body modifications where then concentrated on to accommodate a 4 cylinder dual overhead cam Ecotec engine with 240hp and 6 speed transmission.
Custom 4 wheel disc brakes where installed to insure stopping performance. An under the dash swing pedal unit was installed to clean up the engine bay area of unsightly master cylinder. And if that is not enough, a custom fitted Unister rack and pinion was installed for driver comfort while on the open road.
The engine compartment is dressed and ready to go. No embarrassment here! A custom polished cooling system was fitted as well as a very attractive engine cover sporting velocity stacks and air brushed fuel rails simulating wood. The cold air intake box and air rails are of billet design. The engine wire harness is of the newest design for reliability and performance.
The glass in the car has been changed to modern tinted tempered glass for safety on the side and rear. All new weather stripping and seals where installed during assembly. The windows roll up and down very nicely and rear windows move freely.
The body has a beautiful baby blue two stage paint with wood inlay inserts. The wood inserts resemble the era of the early Woody’s. From the outside of this street rod one would think it is stock. Surely not the case!
The wire harness has been updated to a fuse type harness for convenience. The instruments have been carefully placed and are easy to read and operate. All new components have been installed and work properly. This car originally was not equipped with turn signals. A vintage style turn signal lever has been installed for safety. This is a very attractive part of the steering column and dash. Please call 714-654-0728 or email Nickeyprix@aol.com.