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BOCA RATON, Florida –

TheOldCarGuys describes itself as a website and service network that provides access to the inventory of over 25 classic vehicle salvage yards with over 65,000 cars and trucks… “and maybe a tank or two.”

Now, automotive transportation, technology and service provider ShipYourCarNow is partnering with TheOldCarGuys to provide self-service auto-shipping for classic car buyers.

ShipYourCarNow serves dealers, auctions, fleet managers, and remarketing companies and claims it provides North American and international shipments to the entire vehicle transportation industry.

The company claims classic buyers rely on TheOldCarGuys “for everything classic” because of its service and reasonable prices.

Collectors looking for the right car or parts usually extend their search outside of the local area, according to ShipYourCarNow. The company says its new integrated ShipYourCarNow auto-shipping service is helping buyers search for classic vehicles on to buy nationwide.

“Working with online automotive marketplaces of all kinds is a key goal for us in 2020,” said Gavin Kesten, founder and CEO of ShipYourCarNow, in a press release, adding that access to shipping services in real time is the key to the success of these marketplaces.

“Being able to provide a strong and reliable shipping solution to our customers is key to our business; in the vintage car industry, we can’t just rely on local businesses, ”said Don Jones, creator of TheOldCarGuys.

Jones continued, “In the past we relied on our customers to find a shipping solution, now by proactively offering one we are providing another great service to our loyal fans. “

ShipYourCarNow Executive Vice President John Robertson said: “By offering TheOldCarGuys customers a variety of shipping options, including expedited and closed, we are bringing more to the table than just ‘shipping a car’.

He continued, “We know classic car buyers consider their new purchase to be family, and at ShipYourCarNow we will always treat your new baby well.”

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