If you’re a serious car enthusiast, understanding all of your financing options is an important part of the ownership experience. The more you know about how to use your money wisely…
Over the past 18 years, our West Coast Sales Manager, Juan Garcia, has ignored all of the cultural stereotypes, and pushed far beyond whatever barriers have stood in his way to achieve his goals.
Before you pay cash, borrow or lease to acquire your next dream car, you need to invest 11 minutes and 59 seconds to hear real estate superstar, serious car enthusiast, and YouTuber Brad Pearson share his (unsolicited) story on how and why he worked with Premier to finance his 2005 Lamborghini Gallardo.
The ClassicCars.com Journal’s feature on car clubs re-purposed our “Residual Values” interview with Porsche Club of America’s Vu Nguyen. We appreciated the coverage.
In this Premier Family Album, we pay tribute to Alexis Chacchia, our Vice President of Operations. Her responsibilities over the past 20 years have grown to encompass nearly every function that makes the company run. And because of Alexis’s passion for empowering people, those functions all run smoothly.
In the face of EVs and autonomous cars, Premier’s CEO, Mitch Katz, has a secret plan to ensure that his grandkids don’t miss out on the pure joy of driving a classic car. Read Mitch’s perspective, featured on ClassicCars.com
Chris Warren, our Southwest Sales Manager, stumbled across his pick for $150k while visiting a dealership. He choose a beautiful yellow 2018 Porsche GT3, worth $150k on the nose. According to Chris, you would be “hard-pressed to find a more fun car to drive”.
Sales Manager Chris Warren “fell in love” with a car that he saw at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, and it’s the car he would buy if money were no object. It’s a 1955 Porsche Carrera 1500 GT, with 11,000 original miles, and #11 of this series 15 “Pre-A” test cars. According to Chris, you would need $1.25 million to purchase this dream car… and notes that Premier can help put it in your driveway.
Sales Manager Chris Warren’s car buying advice for people looking to spend $75K is to find an early model Ferrari California. Although it may take some digging and patience to find one in that price range in great condition and with reasonable mileage, Chris promises that they are out there. According to Chris, it’s a car that’s way cooler than most new cars or trucks in that price range.