There’s nothing like seeing a project come together, whether it’s as small as detailing a trunk compartment, as big as rebuilding an engine or as in-depth as completing a comprehensive body-off-frame restoration. And that’s a lot like seeing Old Cars Report come together.
It’s long been a dream of mine to see information in the Old Cars Weekly library become available to readers, and now that Old Cars Report is live at www.oldcarsweekly.com, readers can now get a look into the stacks of information the staff has at its disposal.
With Old Cars Report, readers can go online to look up historical information on production cars, view factory photos, break down VIN information, determine production numbers, learn a vehicle’s technical information, see factory prices, view available options and other historical data in one individualized report.
This site is also excellent for determining values, and more than just looking up prices from Old Cars Price Guide. Users can also view complete realized auction prices going back as far as 2001 for their specific car. Old Cars Weekly features more than 100 auctions each year, so every time a car like yours has sold since 2001, and it appeared in Old Cars Weekly’s auction coverage, you’ll find it in Old Cars Report and draw your own conclusions when it comes to determining values.
Much like an automotive project in which there’s always more that can be done, we’re also looking to the future and finding more data we can add to Old Cars Report, so stay tuned. This is just the beginning.