Gold Coast Australian Muscle Cars Ford GT Holden Monaro Consignment Sales Launch

An Australian muscle car specialist has introduced a consignment-based service for individual sellers, offering them a simpler and more secure way to connect with prospective car enthusiasts waiting to buy their next showpiece.

Seven82motors, an automotive sales company specialising in classics, lowriders and muscle cars, has introduced a consignment service for car owners who want to sell their vehicles.

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With the announcement, the company aims to provide sellers with a more convenient means to market classic cars through an all-inclusive consignment-based system.

According to the firm, this set-up eliminates all the complexities associated with automotive sales and addresses the biggest problem individual sellers face, which is finding the right buyers for the right price.

Seven82motors lists and promotes classic automobiles produced in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, such as the Ford GT and the Holden Monaro. Other popular vehicles are American vintage muscle cars like the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Corvette.

These vehicles are housed in a purpose-built fully gated showroom equipped with modern security systems. “It has been built as a fortress,” the company stated.

In addition to Queensland, Brisbane, Toowoomba and Sunshine Coast the company offers its service to other states like NSW, VIC, ACT and cities all around Australia.

Approved vehicles showcased by the company are entitled to a full-service restoration package that includes detailing, polishing, and fix-ups. These services are provided by mechanics and car builders working in the company’s 782 Garage.

“We offer more than vehicle sales,” a company spokesperson said. “Our qualified mechanics can assist with pre- or post-modifications, compliance, and other jobs to keep things simple for both buyers and retailers.”

The company also invests in a wide array of advertising tactics. It takes professional-grade photographs of featured cars and then promotes them to thousands of social media followers.

Apart from being showcased on the company’s website and social media pages, featured vehicles are advertised in publications like Trade Unique Cars, Just Cars, and the company’s own newsletter.

Furthermore, sellers have the option to have a video commissioned for YouTube, which can showcase their car in a more detailed fashion.

The classic car market remains strong amid the ongoing pandemic, according to several sources. 9News reported in March that this trend is due to several factors, including the lack of travel options, which has prompted many Australians to use these vehicles as “weekend getaway machines”.

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