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If you have never communicated with a wholesale company that sells used automobiles and other vehicles to dealerships, then you might find that you don’t know all of the words that they use. The following list of key terms, however, should make it easier for you to communicate with the wholesale companies that you contact. That way, you have a better chance of getting the best deals on the used vehicles that you want.

  • Private Party Price – The price of a car that is established between a buyer and a seller. One buyer could get a substantial lower, or higher, private party price depending on her ability to negotiate.
  • Antique – You won’t find a steady definition for antique in the car world. Many state governments have cheaper tax rates for antique vehicles, but the qualifying ages can vary significantly. According to the Antique Automobile Club of America, antique cars should be at least 45 years old, but a dealer doesn’t necessarily have to follow that definition.
  • Veteran Era Car – Any automobile that was made before 1890. These are the oldest motor vehicles that you can find. Not many dealers have these available.
  • Brass Era Car – A car, truck, or similar vehicle that was made between 1890 and 1918.
  • Antique Era Car – The Antique Era includes any automobile manufactured before 1920. It includes Brass Era and Veteran Era cars.
  • Classic Car – Some people use this phrase to mean any vehicle that’s over 25 years old. According to the Classic Car Club of America, however, classic cars were manufactured between 1925 and 1948. Make sure you know how your broker defines this term before agreeing to any contractual obligations.
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    Butler Hyundai
    3355 Harper Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46240
    We're the kind of Hyundai dealer that takes the time and listens to the wants and needs of our clients.
    (317) 848-4200
    D.G. MotorWerks
    3601 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46260
    A Buy Here Pay Here used car sales lot that offers special financing, quality vehicles/cars, we auto repair and auto detail. Trade-in welcomed, we shop all auctions for SUV, Sport, Passenger & Sedans
    (317) 974-9746
    Lewis Motor Sales
    1125 Sagamore Pkwy S, Lafayette, IN 47905
    (765) 448-4006
    18th & Main Autos
    1723 Main St, Lafayette, IN 47904
    (765) 269-7250
    Indy Wholesale Direct LLC
    519 Industrial Dr, Carmel, IN 46032
    (317) 706-0366
    Manny's Motor Trend
    8435 Georgetown Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46268
    (317) 495-9112
    The Car Company Suzuki
    3932 E Us Highway 30, Warsaw, IN 46580
    (574) 594-3000
    Lafayette Auto Wholesalers
    107 E Us Highway 52, Otterbein, IN 47970
    (765) 583-0883
    Auto Junction
    2518 W 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46222
    (317) 423-2858
    Goodland Auto Sales
    301 W Jasper St, Goodland, IN 47948
    (219) 297-3800
    5221 Illinois Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46804
    (260) 387-5864
    Smith Motors
    50 E Robbins St, Wheatfield, IN 46392
    (219) 956-2500
    Woody's Motors
    1502 W Main St, Fort Wayne, IN 46808
    (260) 420-1822
    Main Street Wholesale Inc
    2415 W Main St, Fort Wayne, IN 46808
    (260) 387-7129
    Ron Manis
    630 Main St, Whiteland, IN 46184
    (317) 530-5554

    Most people would agree that in today’s world an automobile is a necessity. While some bigger cities, such as New York, are convenient for walkers, in many places people cannot get around without a sedan, truck, SUV, or van. The first self-propelled vehicle was a steam-powered tricycle developed by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot around 1769. From this invention, advancements continued until affordable, gas-powered vehicles were produced at the Oldsmobile factory in 1902. It was then that a car became less of a luxury item and more for the common man. These antique models are often restored nowadays by enthusiasts to like-new condition. While classic cars are quite collectible, most drivers prefer to buy a modern auto. There are several options for those interested in buying a new set of wheels. You can get a loan, which will cover the cost of the purchase and charge you interest. You can also lease a vehicle for a set period of time. Dealerships can be found all over America, selling both new and used cars. Their inventory is made up of vehicles they bought at wholesale. To make a profit, they add additional fees on top of the wholesale price they paid. Many allow you to trade in old wheels for a discount. Some work with finance brokers to help individuals arrange payment options. Smaller dealers require the complete payment upfront. If you are looking for a cheaper option, try police auctions or the “for sale” listings in your local newspaper. The secondhand rides available through these alternative avenues will be less expensive, but it is important to test drive and check thoroughly for technical problems. Faulty parts can make certain used cars a poor investment. When considering such a large purchase, keep in mind the related expenses, like upkeep and insurance.
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