Many people start their search for classic cars in local newspapers or on the internet. But sometimes the best deals on classic cars can be found in the country. There are many reasons that you can find classic cars in the country both more easily and for lower prices than through any other venue.

First, many people in the country do not realize that they have something of value sitting in their barn, field, or back yard. One gentleman had the frame of a 1935 Ford pick up in his back yard, which had been gutted and used for playing by children before it became overgrown with weeds and forgotten. When discovered, the frame was found to be in amazingly good condition, with little rust. The man sold it to the astonished buyer for a mere fifty dollars.

Second, many people in the country leave cars on their properties for years and never think about them. Busy farmers pass their property down from generation to generation. They may hang onto these country classic cars as an investment. However, in most cases, they still have the country classic cars simply because they never got around to doing anything with them.

Finding classic cars in the country is not always easy, however, especially if you live in the city. Ads are rarely placed for these cars. The best way to find a country classic car is to drive out to the country and rural areas surrounding your part of the country and see what you can find. You will often be amazed.

There are, however, a few things that you should watch for when buying country classic cars. First, you need to look for rust, and not just on the outside. Check under the hood and beneath the car for signs of rust or wear as well. Most often the country classic cars that you will find have been left out in nature’s elements for years. Sometimes, however, you get lucky and there is no real damage due to the rains, winds, and snows of decades.

One gentleman found a country classic car completely by chance on a drive through rural Iowa. The man stopped and asked how much the retired couple wanted for the car. They sold it to him for $300. The car had sat in a field for twenty years, and the man was sure that there would be a lot of work ahead of him. He was pleasantly surprised when he got the car home and discovered no rust and little mechanical necessities.

These are just some of the examples of the incredible finds that you can come across with country classic cars. It is important, however, to keep in mind that ethics or morals go a long way. If someone has country classic cars but has no idea what they are worth, you should attempt to give them a fair price for the classic car. However, many people will refuse to take large amounts of money for their country classic cars, even if you try to give them a fair price.

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