Which form of financing is right for you? This final edition of our “Buy / Sell” series examines key considerations in financing a classic or exotic car. It also provides some comfort for private sellers, who might mistakenly believe that a buyer’s financing arrangement can affect the pricing or speed of the transaction.
There’s no doubt that $250k can buy some fantastic dream cars. This VINWiki video has some great examples, including one from our Southeast Sales Manager, Chris Warren. Instead of dreaming, listen to Ed Bolian’s explanation at the end to learn how you can put any one of these supercars in your driveway.
Premier is proud to announce its exclusive partnership with Lotus Cars USA. For the first time, this provides a factory-sponsored program that allows Americans to lease the 2020 Lotus Evora GT, which Car & Driver magazine has described as a “special machine for the hard core” car enthusiast.
Ed Bolian of VINwiki shares his favorite drive near Atlanta, GA. Before hosting VINwiki, he worked at a Lamborghini dealership, where he took clients out on drives in their exotic vehicles in the North Georgia Mountains. This helped to build friendships, business partnerships, and love for the cars.
At Premier Financial, we have always “Been In This Together.” Our employees are our most important asset, especially now when we are all working from home. We are all here to help you. Here from our CEO Mitch Katz on what we are doing during this time.
Sir Stirling Moss was one of the sport’s greatest competitors. Moss won over 40% of the races he competed in, totaling a winning number of 212 races. He won the 1955 Mille Miglie and many races in Formula 1, all before the age of 32.
For its new “Best Car” series, VINwiki asked some well-informed automotive sources – including our Southeast Sales Manager, Chris Warren – to recommend a great sports car that’s likely to sell for under $60k. Check out Chris, and the other sports car recommendations, on this very informative VINwiki video.
The Lamborghini Jalpa revamped the basic Urraco platform, keeping the Silhouette’s two-seat, targa-roof layout. Originally priced at $60,000 in 1980, one sold at RM Sotheby’s Palm Beach online auction for $99,000. With just 410 made and 100 sent to the U.S., it’s not something you normally see at a Cars and Coffee.