1941 Plymouth Street Rod Inspection Report
Cars On Line.com sees buyers and sellers from all over the world, and many of those buyers and sellers consider the Cars On Line Inspection Service as a necessary tool when buying a collector vehicle. Our suggestion is to “order an inspection before you buy. Don’t buy sight unseen!”
Getting third party opinions from an inspector who sees the vehicle in person can drastically effect your perspective on the sale. Take this 1941 Plymouth Street Rod for example. Click here to read the report. The inspector was able to meet with the prior owner for a closer look. All our inspectors use our Cars On Line.com designed inspection report format so that collector car inspections ordered through our service will have standardized “best practice” criteria. In this inspection the owner did not give us the ability to address all of the standardized items on the report. While the condition of the vehicle left a little to be desired, it wasn’t all bad as you will see when you read the report. Look at the 50 photographs included with the report. Then ask yourself, “Is this 1941 Plymouth Street Rod something I would have bought before reading the report?” That is the Cars On Line Inspection Service in a nutshell. It helps you make a better decision.
The Cars On Line Inspection Service has set the standard for inspections and appraisals on collector cars. The inspectors in our inspection network use our standard report so that you get the same type of service anywhere in the United States or Canada. Our contracted inspectors are not affiliated with any sales organization. Their loyalty is to the buyer. Click here to find out more! And to learn more about inspection services, read the Classic Car Inspection Services article from our How to Buy a Car Online series.
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