Old Cars Weekly launches online data resource


IOLA, Wis. – The trusted automotive team at Krause Publications has launched Old Cars Report (www.oldcarsweekly.com/report), a searchable online database that connects classic car owners with comprehensive pricing and data on their favorite American vehicles.

With a foundation of facts on 5,000+ makes and 15,000 models, Old Cars Report makes available the massive databases that have been accumulated over the past four decades by the publishers of Old Cars Weekly and Old Cars Price Guide. Current market pricing, market trends, historic values, recent auction prices realized, historic data on your make and model car, condition rating scales, photos — Old Cars Report has got it all on a scale that has never been attempted before.

Old Cars Report opens our massive pricing database to a worldwide online audience and allows hobbyists to search and obtain customized information on their vehicle or collection,” said Old Cars Report publisher Jeff Pozorski. “This database comprises the content from Krause Publications’ out-of-print Standard Catalogs of American Cars covering 1805-1999.”

To get started, visit oldcarsweekly.com and click on the Old Cars Report. Select the make, model and year of the car you want to learn more about. If you aren’t sure of one of those categories, we offer a Guided Search to help you find it. When the Report is compiled, you can either purchase it for $5.99 or sign up to subscribe to an unlimited number of Reports through a monthly or yearly package.

Reports include:
==>    Historical information and factory-correct photos on U.S. production cars
==>    Defining characteristics of the car, key changes for that model year and identifying features
==>    An explanation of the I.D. numbers for that car, production information, engine lists, chassis features, full factory option lists, with original prices (if available)
==>    Historical footnotes
==>    Recent auction prices for that model car, dating back 10 years..
==>    Current market pricing in six condition categories, from No. 1 show car to No. 6 parts car.
==>    Exclusive pricing trends that allow Report recipients to track values for the past decade.

To check out the new service, visit www.oldcarsweekly.com/report.

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