How To Rent Your Classic Car

Rent Your Classic Car

Hemmings wrote an interesting article, which spins off an idea this automotive writer had back when he was 18. This ingenious plan was to somehow afford a fleet of classic muscle cars, and rent them out to customers for an inflated fee. Surprisingly, I was not the first to come up with this, and being just out of high school I couldn’t afford it, or find investors.

Owning a classic car is not cheap. Buying them off eBay Motors, shipping them across the country, maintaining every rusty piece, finding original parts – it’s a complicated process. Many of you know it all too well.

So, if you have that classic car sitting in the driveway, why not earn a few bucks from it? The owner of a 1959 Chevy Impala decided to go ahead with this mindset.

“1959 Chevrolet Impala coupe, business opportunity. Rare. Frame off restoration, this beauty features a 283 cid and is equipped with 2 alternators to power hidden external speakers. Used exclusively for parades, weddings and special occasions, couples pay $350.00 per 4 hour, owner driven usage. Average $1000 to $1500 per mo. income.”

If nothing else, you can get some of those small business tax breaks.

Source, Impala Photo: Hemmings | Top Photo: Hugo90

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