How to buy a ’70s vintage car and find out if it’s real

The 1950s were a rough time for vintage car collectors.

With all the competition out there, buying a classic car was almost impossible.

If you could get one, it would have to be in very good shape.

The best way to know whether a car is real was to go to a car show.

And if you could find a seller who was willing to pay a fair price, you might be able to make some money.

“You’ve got to have a lot of luck, because in order to get a car that you really want to buy, you have to know the person selling it,” said one vintage car collector.

“There’s no way you can buy a car from someone you can’t trust.”

It turns out that if you’re willing to gamble a bit, you can make some extra money on the side by buying a used car.

“I’d like to think I’m not stupid,” said Michael Gaudin, owner of the vintage car dealer Innsbrooks Motor Cars in San Francisco.

“But I’m also not an idiot.”

But it’s not a bad idea to go out and buy a used automobile.

“It’s kind of like a gamble,” said Gaudis brother, Mark Gaudins, who owns the car dealership in San Jose, California.

“We’ve got a lot more work to do in the future, but I think you’ll be able see some really cool cars come out of that.”

You can bet a lot will be lost in the process.

The key to finding a used vehicle is to look for the name of the dealership and the address.

The dealer has to tell you where the car is, how much it’s worth, and what it looks like.

If they’re not there, you should probably ask around and get some photos.

The name and address of the seller should be listed on the back of the vehicle, so that you can find the exact location of the car if you want to take it to a dealer.

It can take hours to go through the paperwork and ask around for the car, but if you find the car on Craigslist or eBay, you’ll get a price tag of $600 or less.

That might seem like a lot, but it’s only a fraction of what you’d pay on a used Ford Fiesta.

The seller of the used car is going to have to fill out a lot additional paperwork before they’re allowed to take possession of the property.

“The paperwork is pretty ridiculous, but you can expect it to take anywhere from four to six weeks,” Gaudinis brother said.

“And there’s no guarantees they’ll actually pay the price.”

In the meantime, if you’ve got the cash, you’re in luck.

In San Francisco, the most common way to buy used cars is to rent a car.

Rentals can be cheaper, but the rental companies are going to charge you more than the buyer.

If it’s a rental car, you will be charged a flat rate of $700 or more.

If your rental company doesn’t charge a flat fee, you may be able forgo the extra cost of buying the car and rent it yourself.

In fact, you could even do it without a car at all.

Renting a car has a lot to do with the amount of money you can get in the bargain.

“If you’re a student, you pay a lot less for rent, so if you don’t want to get an expensive rental car,” said John Rauch, owner and president of Rent-A-Car in New York City.

If there’s a car for rent in your area, be sure to ask around.

It may be worth the cost of a rental if you can afford to spend the night in the car.

The rental company might want to offer you an extra $500 for a night in a hotel room, and you can also get an extra day of parking for free.

If all else fails, you also have the option of taking your vehicle to a dealership.

“When you’re going to be renting a car, your goal is to get the car that will be used for at least the next five years,” said Rauches brother, Michael Rauach.

“That’s usually the cheapest way to go.”