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    • Your advert will stay online until sold
    • You can add 30 photos a description and YOUR contact information
    • Edit your advert in your ‘Management Center’ and change price anytime
    • When sold, MARK your car as SOLD
    • No listing fees, no commission fees
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  • This is how Treasured Cars defines each condition:

    • Concours. This means the vehicle Is not only in excellent condition but it is restored accurately, or as close to the way the original creator intended as possible. Getting the finest particulars right – such as historic badges or windscreen stickers visible on period photos of the car – shows intimate research and attention to detail. Many restorers these days go to great lengths to reproduce missing details, such as historic tax discs. Tyres are another highly scrutinised topic – the correct tread pattern, particularly on an open-wheeler, contributes significantly to the historic appearance of a car. Some owners even go to the lengths of having different sets of tyres for driving and presenting.

    • Excellent. This means the vehicle looks new and is in excellent mechanical condition.
      • The vehicle has never had any paint touch-ups or bodywork.
      • The vehicle does not need reconditioning.
      • The engine compartment is clean and free of leaks.
      • The vehicle is free of rust.
      • The body and interior are free of wear or visible defects.
      • All wheels are flawless.
      • All tires match and are like new.
      • The vehicle has a clean title history and will pass a safety and smog inspection.
      • The vehicle has complete and verifiable service records.


    • Very Good. This means the vehicle has minor cosmetic defects and is in excellent mechanical condition.
      • The vehicle has had minor paint touch-ups or bodywork.
      • The vehicle requires minimal reconditioning.
      • The engine compartment is clean and free of leaks.
      • The vehicle is free of rust.
      • The body and interior has minimal signs of wear or visible defects.
      • The wheels are flawless.
      • All tires match and have 75% or more of tread remaining.
      • The vehicle has a clean title history and will pass a safety and smog inspection.
      • Most service records are available.


    • Good. This means the vehicle has some repairable cosmetic defects and is free of major mechanical problems.
      • The vehicle may need some servicing.
      • The paint and bodywork may require minor touch-ups.
      • The engine compartment may have minor leaks.
      • The vehicle has only minor rust, if any.
      • The body may have minor scratches or dings.
      • The interior has minor blemishes characteristic of normal wear.
      • The wheels may have minor repairable scratches or scrapes.
      • All tires match and have at least 50% of tread remaining.
      • Though it may need some reconditioning, it has a clean title history and will pass a safety and smog inspection.
      • Some service records are available.


    • Fair. This means the vehicle has some cosmetic defects that require repairing and/or replacing.
      • The vehicle requires some mechanical repairs.
      • The paint and bodywork may require refinishing and body repair.
      • The engine compartment has leaks and may require repairs.
      • The vehicle may have some repairable rust damage.
      • The body has dents, chips and/or scratches.
      • The interior has substantial wear and may have small tears.
      • The wheels may be warped or bent, have major scratches, scrapes, or pitting and require replacement.
      • The tires may not match and need replacing.
      • The vehicle needs servicing, but is still in reasonable running condition with a clean title history.
      • A few service records are available.


    • Bad. This means the vehicle is not in road worthy condition and needs significant repair and restoration.
      • The vehicle requires major mechanical repairs.
      • The paint and bodywork requires major work and repair.
      • The interior needs replacing.
      • The vehicle could be broken for spares.