A black 1971 Plymouth Cuda convertible in The Vault

Exotic Car Sales at The Vault

Located in Jackson, MS and Shipping Internationally

If you’re an exotic car enthusiast, you’re probably selective about where you choose to buy your vehicles. Whether this is your first purchase or you’re an avid collector, you know the importance of buying your rare exotic car from a reputable seller. At The Vault in Jackson, MS, we’re committed to providing you with unbeatable inventory that you won’t find elsewhere. Whether you’re seeking a classic Chevrolet® coupe or a Mercedes-Benz® convertible, we’ve got plenty of options for you. Keep reading to learn more. Give us a call if you require assistance. We’re pleased to serve the United States and also offer international shipping.Shop Our Inventory See Our Current Events Contact Us

Red and white 1937 Mercedes-Benz Gazelle Roadster in The Vault in front of other inventory

What to Expect

One of the most important factors to look for when choosing a seller is expertise. Not everyone has the superior knowledge of exotic cars that you do. Rest assured, the staff at The Vault has all of the details you need to feel comfortable investing in the vehicle of your choosing. We’re here to put your mind at ease and provide you with a smooth and hassle-free buying experience every step of the way.

What’s more, we have a very detailed process in place for the cars that we acquire. We will give you all of the information that you need to know about the exotic car you’re considering purchasing. We also have highly trained professionals at The Vault who are qualified to assist with your various service needs. Have questions about a repair or part replacement for your exotic car? Our experienced gear heads have got you covered. We also offer safe and secure storage as well as consignment.

If you’d like to learn more about our rare exotic car sales, please don’t hesitate to contact us at The Vault in Jackson, MS. One of our knowledgeable and friendly team members would be happy to answer your questions. We’re proud to offer a wide variety of exotic cars for sale in the United States. We can also assist with global shipping.https://www.google.com/maps/embed?pb=!1m14!1m8!1m3!1d13484.63694102793!2d-90.1907119!3d32.3344345!3m2!1i1024!2i768!4f13.1!3m3!1m2!1s0x0%3A0xf98c7adfed91e6e8!2sThe%20Vault!5e0!3m2!1sen!2sus!4v1591372624243!5m2!1sen!2sus

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An authentic black 1966 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 at The Vault

Tips For Buying A Classic Car Sight Unseen

Purchasing a vehicle is a big investment, especially if it happens to be a classic car. As you know, these models are worth a lot of money. This process can be even more stressful if you’ve chosen to buy it sight unseen. The good news is that a bit of preparation goes a long way. You’ll have peace of mind as you begin your journey. Before you start browsing American classic cars for sale, check out our guide below with everything you need to know about buying one sight unseen. The Vault is always here to help. Give us a call if you’d like to learn more about our inventory.Our Purchasing ServicesSales & ConsignmentContact Us

Headlight details of a 1970 Plymouth Superbird at The Vault

Research is Crucial

While this might seem like common sense, the most critical aspect of buying a classic car sight unseen is to do ample research. Sure, you won’t be able to test drive it, but that doesn’t mean you have to run the risk of buying a vehicle that’s full of mechanical issues. The first step in your research is to learn everything you possibly can about the make and model you’re interested in. Your goal is to find out if there are any mechanical or electrical issues that tend to surface over time. You also want to find out if any recalls have been issued.

Another element of your research should be looking into price trends. You have a better chance of finding a great deal if you can expand your search area. Depending on where you live, buying a classic car sight unseen can save you a lot of money. Research indicates that individual markets tend to place extremely different values on specific types of cars. While buying a vehicle sight unseen can be scary for the first time, you can save hundreds or thousands of dollars and still get a quality car if you go about it correctly.

Headlight and grill detail of a 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS at The Vault

Inspection & Documents

When buying any item sight unseen, you should have access to high-quality photos. Be sure to thoroughly inspect photos of the classic car before you buy it. If any important areas of the vehicle are not photographed, you should request that the seller provide more pictures. You want to feel comfortable making this purchase, after all. This may not be enough to make you feel good about your investment. You can always hire an independent mechanic who is qualified to perform a pre-purchase inspection for you.

It would also be wise to get a vehicle history report. If you’re not familiar, these reports are comprised of data that is pulled from various sources, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, junk and salvage yards, auto recyclers, insurance companies, and so on. This will help you uncover any hidden damage that could cause problems for you later on. This is something you should always obtain when buying a pre-owned car, but it’s even more valuable when purchasing an expensive classic car.

A brown 1967 Chevy Camaro in The Vault

Additional Costs

Don’t forget to think about any additional costs that may occur during the buying process so you can be prepared. If you will be driving to pick up your car, you can calculate these costs by subtracting the cost of fuel from the savings you’ll get by purchasing it sight unseen. If your vehicle is a few states away, you might be looking at higher additional costs. You’ll want to figure out ahead of time how much it will cost you if you need to buy a plane ticket as this will also require you to drive the vehicle back home. In some cases, a transport service might be a more affordable and easier option. The price of this option can vary depending on how far the car is being transported. It may very well be less expensive than flying across the country to pick it up, so take the time to weigh your options.

A black 1957 Chevy Corvette tail light in The Vault

Closing the Deal

The final step, of course, is closing the deal. This might seem like the easiest step in the buying process, but it’s a bit more involved when done remotely. You can use an escrow service to help handle the payment process. You submit a secure payment to the service, which is essentially the middleman between you and the seller. Your payment will only be released to the seller when you receive the vehicle title. Once you receive it, you can register your car with the DMV. This means that when you take possession of your classic car, you’ll have the registration and license plates ready to go.

We hope this information has been helpful. If you have questions about our selection of classic muscle cars for sale in Jackson, MS, be sure to get in touch. One of our team members would be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a smooth buying experience. We’re proud to serve the United States and offer international shipping. Check out our online auto sales of vintage and restored vehicles. We offer unbeatable, rare inventory that you won’t find anywhere else. We look forward to serving you!


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Over the past several years, the Vault has become the Souths premier classic car dealer. Since 2018 we have delivered more than 1,000 cars to happy customers. Our 100,000 sq.ft. showroom and restoration shop holds more than 50 of the highest quality classics . The Vault is dedicated to delivering your dream to your garage and brining you the full value of your classic when it’s time to sell.