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What started over 30 years ago as Sunday ride in his Uncle's 1963 Red Corvette Coupe turned into a lifelong fascination with Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, and Hot Rods. For years before he could even legally drive, he asked his dad on Sundays for the classified section so he could hopefully find the car that someday he could own. Even though there was little money in the piggy bank, many of these afternoons were spend begging for a ride to go look at locally listed old car. Yet for that kid there was one little problem. It was hard to buy an old muscle car with teenagers earnings off of just grass cutting.

After years of this endless Sunday routine between father and son, on the sonÍŠ 16th birthday his dad handed him a set of shining keys with a Mustang First Generation emblem on it and said, head to the garage. With almost tears coming out of his eyes and a hug to his father, he ran out to see his new dream ride that was secretly parked out in the garage the night before. And there it was...sitting in the middle of the garage was a 1966 Mustang. All 12 inches of it! All it needed was some model airplane glue and a few hours of work on the kitchen table and he would have it put together!

As you can imagine, the scene in this peaceful home that afternoon was now a little more than just tears of happiness between a father and son. This young teenager began a recital of many words of love and appreciation for his father with the wise guy sense of humor.

After 8 years of college to get a 4 year degree, they called a truce and being declared being even.

Over the next two decades, this young kid slowly began to grow up and develop a fascination with going to local car shows to meet owners and talk about their cars. Along the way he ended up talking to hundreds of owners and taking thousands of photographs at these events. One of the things he felt at each of these events was a tremendous sense of Pride, Passion, and Sense of Community among all the Auto Enthusiasts that came to these events year after year. It didnà­¡tter what walks of life people were from or whether the event was one of the big January Shows in Arizona or a local cruise night in Illinois Everyone had one thing in common. They loved cars and loved to talk about them!

Fast forward a few years to modern day. After realizing that being a professional student wasn৯ing to pay the bills, he set off into the real world and got a job. But he could never shake the passion he always felt for cars, people who own them, and the events they are shown off in. He always felt that there must be a way to bring all this together for thousands of people into one common area. Then after developing a solid understanding of how online communities can bring together people from all over the world with similar interests, Classic Auto Network was born.

The Classic Auto Network is a community network of Auto Enthusiasts that was created to bring together members so they can exchange information on Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, & Hot Rods. In addition to the community aspects, you will also find that this is an easy way to buy or sell a vehicle, find our business partners that specialize in Classic Cars, Muscle Cars, Hot Rods, or provide services related to our community.

If you looking to sell a Classic Car, Muscle Car, or Hot Rod, you will find our sales process to be one of the easiest and most effective on the internet. When you list a vehicle it automatically will be emailed to the members that are looking for that type of vehicle. This is an extremely effective way to reach targeted buyers who are looking specifically for your vehicle versus just browsing.

During the development of our community, we spent a lot of time talking to Auto Enthusiasts to better understand what they wanted out of an online community. Outside of the meeting other people, and finding cars, they said that they wish there was an easy way to not just find what the current values of cars are, but more importantly , how much the values have changed over the last 1 to 5 years.