Several businesses have websites where interested parties can browse and purchase race cars, including RaceCarsDirect.com and Cars-On-Line.com. EBay also has listings for stock cars, drag cars and other types of race cars.
Instead of selling race cars directly, Cars-On-Line.com serves as a public listing that shows race cars for sale on other websites. Links lead to websites like the American Muscle Cars website, where viewers have access to details such as trim, body style, engine size and mileage. Some of the race cars listed on Cars-On-Line.com are vintage and sold through classic car websites.
On the other hand, RaceCarsDirect.com sells cars instead of simply linking to other websites. As of April 2015, examples of cars on RaceCarsDirect.com are an E46 M3 Saloon WTCC LHD for $22,500 and a Dodge Stratus Super Touring car that won the NASTCC championship, listed for $22,950. RaceCarsDirect.com lists the seller's name, city, country and phone number as well as a detailed description of each race car.
EBay has a section devoted to race cars, divided into circle track cars, drag racing cars, off-road cars, roar racing cars and other race cars that do not fit into one of the subcategories. Like Cars-On-Line.com, eBay sells many restored vintage race cars. Because eBay has a reputation system that holds sellers accountable, it is easy to look into sellers' histories to weed out disreputable dealers.