Buying muscle cars on eBay motors requires bidding on and winning the auction for the muscle car, paying the seller and arranging for the car's pickup or delivery. The process is the same for cars with a set price, but there is no auction in these cases.
Muscle cars are expensive items, so adequate research on the seller and the vehicle itself is important before making a purchase or bidding in an auction. Checking the seller's feedback history gives an idea of whether or not he is a reliable or honest merchant. Buying a muscle car from a seller with poor or very little feedback is much riskier than making a purchase from a well-established, trusted merchant. Most sellers post the muscle car's vehicle identification number in the auction description. The VIN number provides access to the car's vehicle history report, which contains information about maintenance and any accidents involving the vehicle.
After purchasing a vehicle, buyers need to arrange delivery or pickup. Buyers have the option of picking up the muscle car in person, which is usually the cheapest option by a large margin. Shipping the car by freight or long-distance towing is a more convenient but far more expensive option.