Incredible Yellow Recently Sold Chevrolet Corvair. Listed for $17,000, this Automatic transmission is the perfect complement to it's 140 HP engine.
Recently Sold Chevrolet Corvair
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I would like to thank Gateway Classic Cars and their team at the Indianapolis showroom for making the whole process of purchasing our 1932 Chevy Confederate Sedan fun and exciting. Since I was a little boy playing with my hot wheels, I always dreamed about having a hot rod of my very own. When my wife and I were first dating we had also talked about one day have a car that we could enjoy with our family and friends. I would often go on the Internet and search for the ideal classic car. I found a few cars that were interesting, but nothing really stood out as the perfect car for us. After years of looking, we finally found the perfect car at Gateway Classic Cars. The next morning I called Gateway and spoke with a sales rep by the name of Bobby Huber. Since my wife and I were new to the whole process, I had plenty of questions. Bobby gave me a back round on Gateway Classic Cars and answered all my questions. My conversation with Bobby made me feel confident that I was working with the right people. Bobby was able to finalize the sale with me and even helped me find a reputable shipping company to deliver my 1932 Chevy to my door. My wife and I couldn't wait to see the car so we drove over 700 miles to see the car and meet the team. When we arrived at the Indianapolis Showroom they were ready and waiting for us. My wife could not stop taking pictures. The selection of cars there made my wife and I feel like we were at a car show. In the past month, we purchased two brand new 2013 cars. My wife had made a comment to me that buying the 32 Chevy was easier than the other two cars. The process could not have gone smoother. Once again, I would like to thank Gateway Classic Cars for letting that little 8 year old boy so many years ago know that sometimes dreams do come true.
We live in a small town in Missouri. We were not getting any serious interest in our area for our 1957 Bel Air convertible. We consigned the car to Gateway and they sold it to a Surgeon in Fort Meyers, FL.
The lease on my 1998 BMW was coming up and I was upside down. I was going to get stuck with $5,800 at the end of lease. Gateway sold my car and saved me a ton on return charges.
Gateway Classic Cars sold my Porsche and shipped it to California. I was very pleased with their prompt service.