Sales and marketing director Geoff Goddard said the site, which was launched in May, contained a range of classics, from budget models like Mini to £100,000-plus Ferraris. “We have around 500 classic vehicles on the site, from 110 dealers, but we are confident that within the next month we will have up to 1,500 cars online,” he added.
Motoringclassics.com offers business-to-business, business-to-consumer and consumer-to-business e-tailing, combined with a range of services like insurance. Dealers can put vehicles on the site themselves by using a password.
“Within the next month, we will also have a 'Wanted' section where consumers can post ads for vehicles they are looking for,” said Mr Goddard. “It will allow dealers to pro-actively push cars they have for sale that meet the customer's needs.”
The website is free to join, though there will eventually be a charge.