Once you have your heart set on a car It can be very challenging and time consuming searching for the right example to buy. If you are looking for a specific vehicle, we can help you. We regularly source cars for clients using our global network of contacts within the automotive industry. With trusted partners in the UK, USA, Europe, Australia & New Zealand, we have a good chance of locating the car that meets your requirements. We can also help with the logistics of shipping a car to the UK and dealing with the necessary paperwork required to register a car here. If you have a car in mind don’t hesitate to get in touch to see if we can help.
If you are thinking of selling your classic or sports car, Bure Valley Classics can help. We are always looking for new stock and would be happy to undertake a no obligation appraisal of your car in order for us to make an offer for outright purchase. Alternatively, we offer a brokerage service and can work with you to sell your car on a fixed price or commission basis. Don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss these options further.
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Transparent sales process - After collection, your vehicle will be fully detailed and photographed, then marketed through the most suitable media outlets both in print and online.
Safe & secure - Avoid strangers visiting your property to view your car. We handle all transactions on your behalf.
Competitive rates - In order to generate a sale sooner we ensure our rates are competitive, maintaining a realistic sale price for your car.
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The most theft-prone vehicle in America might be the Dodge Charger. Or it might be the Ford F-250 pickup truck.
Those are the contradictory conclusions of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the insurance industry-funded Highway Loss Data Institute.
Still, the government agency and private group agree that the theft of late-model vehicles is on a rapid decline in the United States. One reason: automakers’ increasing use of ignition immobilizers, which stop thieves from hot-wiring cars. Nearly 90 percent of 2012 models are equipped with them.
In a report released on Monday, NHTSA said the car stolen most often during the 2011 calendar year was the Charger, with 4.8 thefts for every 1,000 cars produced in 2011. It was followed by the Mitsubishi Galant, Hyundai Accent, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet HHR among vehicles with more than 5,000 units produced that year.
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Global sales of BMW Group’s core brand rose faster in June than at Audi and Mercedes-Benz as demand from China and the United States helped the premium carmaker to extend a lead over the two rivals in the first six months of the year.
Sales at the brand were up 9 percent last month to 153,075, the group said today, compared with growth of 5 percent to 140,300 and 8 percent to 131,609 at Audi and Mercedes respectively.
Six-month sales at BMW brand rose 8 percent to 804,000 cars, expanding the lead over runner-up Audi to 24,000 from 11,000 after five months. Half-year sales at Audi and Mercedes rose 6 percent each to 780,500 and 694,000 respectively.
“BMW has stronger momentum than Audi and Mercedes, that won’t change in the second half,” said Hanover-based NordLB analyst Frank Schwope. “Design of their cars has improved and they’re ahead [...]
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Tesla Motors Inc., the world’s best-performing automotive stock this year, will join the Nasdaq-100 Index next week, filling the spot vacated by Oracle Corp., which is moving to the New York Stock Exchange.
The electric-car maker will be added to the gauge, which tracks the biggest companies on the Nasdaq, before the start of trading on July 15, Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. said in a statement Monday. Oracle, which last month said it will join the NYSE, is the biggest company to jump between the competing exchanges.
Shares of Tesla, the carmaker headed by billionaire Elon Musk, have more than tripled this year as the popularity of its new Model S sedan helped the company turn its first quarterly profit. Gaining entry to benchmarks tracked by investors is attractive to public companies because it provides a guaranteed shareholder base.