List Your Car

And let us help you sell it

 

Agreement & Information

Thanks for taking a few minutes to review the information below, and list your car with us! Dynamic Motorsports is the oldest, factory authorized, Shelby Cobra dealer in the world, with a new office in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas area. Our dealership location in the Kansas City, Missouri area handles marketing and delivering collector cars to customers in the US, and around the world. Our Dallas/Ft. Worth operations sell and build Shelby and Superformance products,. Our automotive consulting office in Las Vegas works with customers to protect and manage their automotive assets.

If you’re like a lot of collectors with one or more cars to sell, you probably don’t have time to properly market the car, list it on the best web sites, take the phone calls, and separate the serious potential buyers from the “tire kickers”.

That's where we come in.

We know the collector car market well. As a member of NADA’s Collectible Vehicle Advisory Board, we stay on top of current pricing, and maintain contact with collectors around the world. We enjoy a reputation we are quite proud of and encourage you to ask us for references.

If you would like for us to market your car, our process is straightforward. Complete the form in the following pages, upload quality pictures, and click the “submit” button. Once we have an opportunity to review the information and pictures you provide to us, we will carefully evaluate it, and call you back to review. Once we agree on the value, we will market it up a bit and list it with pictures on our web sites, and in our paid advertising on many others, like www.Hemmings.com, www.ClassicCars.com, www.CarsForSale.com, www.AutaBuy.com, www.MyClassicGarage.com, www.ClassicCarsGlobal.com, www.OldRideTrader.com, www.JamesList.com and others. We make a profit on the difference between the price you accept for your car, and the amount the buyer pays.

Unlike most companies, you pay no up-front fees for our services. By agreeing to allow us to market your car, you are giving us an exclusive right to sell it for a period of 120 days. If we don’t sell it for you, it costs you nothing.

The information and pictures you provide in this short questionnaire are the only sources we have to inform people around the world about your car. It’s our chance to provide factual information and quality pictures to interested parties, showcase your car, and motivate buyers to respond.

Before you click on the link below to complete the listing form, here are some recommendations:

  • Be sure and provide as much information as possible. The more you tell prospective buyers in advance, the faster your car will sell.
  • You’ll be asked to upload pictures. We need a lot. To be effective, ten is a bare minimum. The first thing a prospective buyer asks is, “are there anymore pictures?” By answering their questions before they ask them, we expedite the sales process for you.
  • Make sure your pictures are quality photos. If you need help determining what to shoot, click here.
  • When you send pictures to us, file size and picture names are very important. Make sure the file size is 1024x768 pixels, or a little bigger. Pictures that are too large, too small, or have a long file name will not display. If you have questions, call 888-SHELBYGT (888-743-5294) ext. 1. We’re happy to help.
  • After you shoot them, upload the pictures of the car, along with the pictures of the VIN number and any data plate or fender tag information. That information is on most cars but located in various places including the fender apron, firewall, face of the driver side door, etc. depending on year, make and model.
  • Be sure to complete the form as best as you can. If you have questions about what to include, simply put your mouse cursor over a “?” next to form box and it will give you more detail on what to provide.
  • Note that if your car has problems, it’s best to disclose them in the appropriate text box on the form. All cars we sell are subject to a pre-purchase inspection paid for by the buyer. It’s a comprehensive process that will evaluate all of the structural, mechanical, electrical, and cosmetic components of your car. Knowing about any issues in advance will help to expedite the sale.

After we review the information you send, we will be in touch to confirm before we distribute pictures, information, and pricing.

When you’re ready to list your car, and upload pictures, click the button below. Thanks again for giving us the opportunity to sell your car for you!

UPLOADING PICTURES

When you're ready to shoot pictures of your cars, there are a few things to consider regarding picture size and content. The best way to take the pictures is also the easiest and cheapest. Shoot them with a digital camera.

To upload properly to our web sites, we need a minimum picture size of 1024 X 768, but not much bigger. Please photograph them in the high resolution mode on the camera, and then copy and reduce the pics to 1024 X 768 for uploading. Make sure you save the originals in the large format.

If you need some help, we can show you how to reduce the file sizes when you're ready to send them to us. You can contact us at 888-SHELBYGT, ext 1. The better the pictures, the faster your car will sell.

Shoot the pictures in daylight. No shade, or shadows from trees, power lines, etc. Find a setting with a nice background. Your driveway in front of your home would most likely be fine. A local park or university is usually a good venue too.

Make sure the sun is at your back when you're taking the picture. That means you'll have to move the car around a bit to shoot it from all sides, always keeping the sun at your back. Try to leave anything out of the picture that would add clutter (garbage cans, kids toys, etc.)

We need a full set of pictures (70-80) so prospective customers can evaluate the condition of the cars, and answer most of their questions up front. It's the only way they will have of determining whether the cars are worth spending money on to fly in and inspect, or to hire someone to do it. The more pictures, the better.


Please include the following in your shots:

Exterior - from all four corner angles, and straight on front rear and side, showing the entire car in the frame

Interior - instrument panel, front and rear upholstery, headliner, carpet

Engine compartment - taken from each side and the front - close ups of the engine itself and a wide shot taken from the front including the underside of the hood

Trunk - with and without the mat, showing the top of the gas tank

Data Plate – On a Mustang, for example, you'll find this on the face of the driver\'s door just below the latch. It\'s either a riveted metal tag, or a sticker, depending on the year model of the car. It should have the car\'s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on it, as well as some other codes below the VIN. Other makes have VIN numbers and data tags in various locations. On classic cars, the fender apron and firewall are typical places to find them. A quick Google search using “(year) (make) VIN location” as a search term will take you to a web site that can help. Take several pictures of the VIN tag with the flash on and off. Make sure you can read it after you shoot it.

Undercarriage - No, you don't have to put it on a lift. The easiest way to shoot the undercarriage is to put the camera on the ground directly below the door sills, point it toward the center of the car, tilt it up very slightly, and shoot. No need to look through the viewfinder. Make sure the flash is on first. Take three pics from each side, and three from each end of the car (just inside the front wheels and centered).

Documentation - Take a close up pic of any build sheets, window stickers, invoices, broadcast sheets, production history reports (for Ford products, a Marti Report), owner’s manual, etc. and include with the photos of the car. Keep all maintenance receipts (oil and filter changes, tune ups, etc.) showing what and when it was done.

VIN and Data Plate - make sure you can read them

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Vehicle

Year:
Make:
Model:
Body Style (ex. convertible):
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) #:

Engine

Matching Numbers:
 Yes
 No
Factory Engine:
 Yes
 No
Engine Size:

Transmission

Current Transmission Type:
 Manual
 Automatic
Original Factory Transmission:
 Yes
 No
Transmission Brand &
Number of Gears:

Options

 Factory AC
 Console
 Aftermarket AC
 Power Disc Brakes - Front Only
 Power Steering
 Power Disc Brakes - 4 Wheel
 AM Radio
 Power Door Locks
 AM/FM Stereo
 Power Windows
 CD Player
Other Option:
Other Option:

Condition

Differential Information:
Please list after-market/non-OEM parts (including suspension, brakes, steering, engine, transmission and differential)
Describe the exterior condition:
Describe the interior condition:
Describe any mechanical modifications or repairs needed:

History

Odometer Reading:
Actual Miles:  
 Yes  
 No  
Vehicle has had bodywork, panel replacement or rust repair:  
 Yes  
 No  
If so, please explain:
Date Restored, if applicable:
Mileage Since Restoration, if applicable:
Exterior and Interior colors (indicate whether this is the factory color):
Describe any mechanical modifications or repairs needed:
Please provide a brief history of the vehicle:
Owned How Long:
Number of Past Owners:
Documentation:  
 Door Tag  Original Invoice
 Fender Tag  Original Title
 Vendor Tag  Service Records
 Build Sheet  Restoration Receipt
 Owner's Manual  3rd Party Report (ex. Marti Report)
My vehicle is/has been listed on these other websites (list sites and prices):
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Video

Please copy and paste your Youtube url, share link or video id below to include a video. Be sure the video presents the actual vehicle being sold.

Video ID:

 

Images

Please submit as many high quality pictures as possible with a minimum picture size of 1024 X 768.

Shoot the pictures in daylight with the sun at your back, moving the car around a bit to shoot it from all sides.

  • EXTERIOR, from all four corner angles, and straight on front rear and side, showing the entire car in the frame.
  • INTERIOR, instrument panel, front and rear upholstery, headliner, carpet.
  • ENGINE COMPARTMENT, taken from each side and the front, close ups of the engine itself and a wide shot taken from the front including the underside of the hood.
  • TRUNK, with and without the mat, showing the top of the gas tank.
  • DATA PLATE, which you will find on the face of the driver s door just below the latch, either a riveted metal tag, or a sticker, having the car s Vehicle Identification Number on it, as well as some other codes below the VIN.
  • UNDERCARRIAGE. The easiest way to shoot the undercarriage is to put the camera on the ground directly below the door sills, point it toward the center of the car, tilt it up very slightly, and shoot. No need to look through the viewfinder, but make sure the flash is on first. Take three pics from each side, and three from each end of the car, just inside the front wheels and centered.

The top picture will be used as a thumbnail on our listing page and as the first photo in our gallery. Images may be easily dragged into the box below using Internet Explorer 10+, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari.

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Contact Info

Person(s) with the "legal right" to sell this vehicle:
Do you have "clear title" to the car?
 Yes
 No
Your Name:
Primary Phone Number:

 

Cell Phone Number:
Location of Vehicle (City/State):
Email Address:
What is your bottom-line price:

Submit

By choosing to submit this information, I give permission to have my vehicle posted on ClassicMustang.com, DynamicMotorSports.com and/or Shelby-Cars.com and advertise my car on various websites and classified ads.

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