I believe the only reason that Jay Leno might get interested in your car is if it has some exclusive characteristic that sets it apart from the other cars or there is some special thing or past or any unique factor that might be good enough to catch Jay Leno's interest and notice.
the expertize restoration people to do this hopefully for no cost to me
and he could showcase this idea on his tv show as "restoring harry's car"
and it could be a neet promotional funny bit as well!!
Just write him a letter like this:
I have a Rare 1966 Mustang GT Trans AM Racer, fat boy
finders and all, 289 HP 4 Speed, I was just wondering if you might
I have some pics.
I have a 1965 Thunderbird that I would like to sell to Jay he seems to respect the clasic cars and this is a true original (minus paint though) it has just over 24.000 miles and was just inspected by autospector and got 9's acrossed the board my contact is
2246 nw 63 ave
Margate Fl 33063
email is ([email protected])
cell is 561-859-1492
I have a 1961 2dr. Rambler American deluxe with 43000 mile on it that my grandmother won in a local contest. I have original title,newspaper articles of the progress of the contest,her receiving the keys. The car has minor rust, a couple small holes, I don't know if I should restore or leave original untouched fixing right may cost more than car is worth. I plan to hand the car down when older to keep in family with orders that it never leaves family.
important factor which determines the price is the fuel efficiency it provides.
The quality of the fuel used, the maintenance of the engine oils which affect
the brakes, the clutch, and the overall drive-abilities are very important. A
car having higher fuel efficiency is going to have a higher value. The
maintenance which has been carried out under the hood also plays an important role.
A well maintained car with clean interiors having a good neat and clean seat
cover, clean floor mats, a covered steering wheel, a well maintained AC and
glitch free windows is surely going to make a great impression. A perfume is a
very good idea to deck up the aesthetic factor as well. Like the interiors, the
exterior also plays an important role. A fresh coat of paint, dents and bruises
well taken care of and a rust free body is surely going to make an impact when
you sell your car.
I have a 1955 GMC Suburban that was converted to a Civil Defense Rescue vehicle. It is a classic expression of Civil Defense during the height of the cold war. I have the complete history on the vehicle and some of the original equipment as well as a complete historical context of the vehicle. I live in L.A. And before considering placing it in a museum I thought Jay might be interested.