Hemmings Motor News dedicates a portion of its print publication to classified listings for vintage car sales, according to the Hemmings website. The company also hosts a database of antique cars for sale from both individuals and dealers on its official website.
Hemmings Motor News added a full-colored classified section to its print publication in 1989 and launched its website, Hemmings.com, in 1998, according to the company. Over 30,000 private listings and over 10,000 dealer advertisements have been hosted on the website since its inception, and, as of 2015, over 180 car dealers list their inventories on the site.
ClassicCars.com, the online presence of the Collector Car Network, also lists advertisements for private vintage car deals, explains ClassicCars.com. In addition to thousands of listings for classic and speciality vehicles, the website also offers tools for finalizing the sale. The Collector Car Network is located in Phoenix, Arizona, and is involved with several antique car auctions in that area.
Individuals interested in buying vintage cars can also find classified listings at the AutoTrader Classics official website, according to the company. The company specializes in antique, classic and collectible cars and offers listings for both cars and parts from dealerships and private sellers.