One purchases a classic Chevrolet car by locating the desired model on a classic car classifieds site such as AutoTraderClassics.com, OldRide.com or ClassicCards.com, as well as general classifieds sites such as Craigslist.org or auction sites such as eBay.com. Each seller sets his own payment requirements and shipping options.
Listings for classic Chevrolet cars on AutoTraderClassic.com are from both private sellers and dealers. In both cases, listings contain pictures of the car along with a description of the cars features and condition. Users can sort listings based on factors such as the car's year of manufacturing, the seller's location, price range or specific features such as transmission type. Users interested in purchasing one of the cars listed on the site need to contact the seller to work out payment plans.
A user shopping for classic Chevrolet cars on eBay.com has a wider range of payment and shipping options available to her. Due to eBay's relationship with online payment site PayPal, she can pay for cars purchased on the site, with eBay acting to verify the identity of all parties involved and provide some method of recourse for fraudulent activities. However, shipping options are still decided by each seller. Some include the cost of freight shipping in the sale price, while others leave the entire process up to the buyer.