Recently I posted a photograph on a social media site of my ‘classic’ car collection circa 2007. It struck me for a two reasons. The first was that I remembered the day vividly – it was a clear, cold fall day in central Connecticut where I lived at the time and it was time that I was putting the four cars away for the winter. The second was that I was struck by how different each was from the other: a 1950 ‘Crosley-Gardner Special, a 1952 Lancia Ardea, a 1960 Alfa Romeo 2000 Touring Spider and a 1969 Lamborghini Islero.
In my professional capacity, I am often liked and trusted by people I trust and like, to assist them in making wise decisions on what car to buy or sell and when. The process always begins with a series of questions designed to determine what I feel is the most important criteria for buying or selling a car: “How will you use it?”