What Do You Need to Know About Flemings Garage?

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Cool Owner with A Cool Garage

Tony Fleming, the owner of the Flemings Ultimate Garage is a cool guy with a real passion for his work. It is his company and he very well knows that if anything goes wrong then his reputation is at stake. When you walk into the garage you would realize that the environment is more relaxed and those working in the garage are more confident about their purchases. This might leave you wondering why the other dealers around you don’t provide you will all the offers, but the Flemings garage stands out in the crowd for its own good reason.

This garage has over 25 years of experience in this field and more than thousands of clients every year.

Professional attitude

When you visit flemingsultimategarage.com you would bump into the various features of this company, one of them being the list of different companies that have been doing business with them to make their clients’ experience of purchasing a new or used car from this garage hassle free.

  • Ground transport companies: Each and every enclosed truck insured and is bonded to any U.S. port.
  • Overseas shipping containers: The garage has its own regular and reputable carriers for shopping their cars oversees. But, they are also okay if you want to use yours.
  • Appraisal company: If the clients proposes, the Flemings garage can hire its appraisal company for insurance purposes and shipping.
  • Insured by Lloyd’s of London: This famous insurance company offers worldwide coverage including Flemings Ultimate Garage’s carrier.
  • Escrow company: Transfer of ownership along with transferring of funds is also possible here.
  • Contacts: The Flemings garage has done business in your home country. Therefore, you will never get short of confidence doing business with them.

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Knowledgeable and dedicated staff

It is mentioned in the home site http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com that all those employed at the garage for years have been very passionate about their work. They are not mere employees doing their job for earning money, but they love what they do here. Each and every employee has special interest in cars, so they love to deal with cars every day and enjoy their what they do. When you go through the Tony Flemings Ultimate Garage Reviews you would read most of the clients mentioning the friendly and helpful attitude of the staff working here. The approachable employees at the garage always greet their customers with a welcoming smile and help them out in every possible way.

Awesome collection of old and new cars

Last but not the least, the awesome collection of classic, muscle and sports cars at this garage have always been the talk of the town. Whether it is a ’66 GTO with a 4-speed setup, latest modern Porsche 911 with flat 6-cylinder whine and a 6-speed transmission or a classic Austin-Healy 3000 with dual exhaust, you can find cars of any built and any price at the Flemings Ultimate Garage. Car enthusiasts, whether they are looking for a car to buy or sell, are always either browsing this garage online or visiting the showrooms, just to treat their eyes.

Some Surprising Facts About American Muscle Cars

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Americans loves speed cars. Therefore, you may find the world’s best speed cars in the showrooms of classic cars Maryland and other states of America. But only few Americans (including many speed car owners) know some surprising facts about the American muscle cars. Let’s discuss them here:

1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

While the 1965 and 1966 Shelby GT500 for sale were light and simply styled, the 1967 and 1968 cars were a little complicated and fit for winning drag races. For the first time, these Mustang GT’s came with 355-hp 428-cubic-inch big-block power under the hood. The fast car KR (King of the Road) high-performance model was available in 1968 as well. In 1967, Mercury Cougar tail lamps were used in Shelby Mustangs, but the 1968 models the lamps used were from the ’66 Ford Thunderbird.

1984 Chevy Corvette

The Corvette is the third generation of America’s sports car. It had an amazing long run from 1968 to 1982. So,during the launch of the next-generation C4 Corvette, the expectations were very high. However, the first launch didn’t prove as good as it was expected by the car enthusiasts. It still had the same Chevy V-8 up front driving with rear wheels. With a gap in the production of the Corvette in 1983, the 1984 model came with an all-new car with tighter emissions regulations. You can still find one white 1983 Corvette prototype at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky.

1970 Oldsmobile 442

The 1970 Oldsmobile 442, shared its platform with two other hot GM machines- the Pontiac GTO and the Chevy Chevelle SS,is the hot muscle machine of the Oldsmobile division. The engine of this car is so strong that it could hit 60 mph in less than 6 seconds. The best Oldsmobile for sale is the 1970 Olds 442 which was raced by actor James Garner in the NORRA Mexico 1000 and won second in class.

1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

By the late 1970s, muscle car performance, huge gas prices and high insurance costs caused most auto dealers to decrease the horsepower. In the year 1978, Pontiac introduced a high-powercar with a special handling package known as the WS6. This had a sport-tuned suspension, all new tires, wider 8-inch wheels and faster steering. Pontiac Trans-Am T-top roof were known as the Hurst Hatch.

1970 Chevy Chevelle LS6

In the year 1970, there was a huge demand for the 1970 Chevelle 4 speed transmission for sale. Its forbidding engines more than 400 cubic inches in midsize cars set off a muscle turmoil across the company’s divisions. The Chevrolet Corvette is famous for ruling the Chevy group as the top performance car, therefore, until the LS6, no other car other than Chevy had a horsepower more than that of the Corvette. But in 1970, the 1970 Corvette came with the highest horsepower engine of 390-hp LS5 454.

1969 COPO Camaro

Chevrolet’s Central Office Production Order (COPO) system was used for cop cars and taxicabs. The ZL-1 427 V-8 in the 9560 COPO Camaro is a race engine, whose motor was originally developed for the Chaparral racing team in the Can Am series.

New Vs. Used Sports Car Purchase

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When you want to buy a car, then the first consideration is always whether you want to buy a new car or get a used car from one of the best muscle car dealers in your area. There are some obvious benefits of buying a brand-new sports car from an automobile dealer. But sometimes you may also get a good quality used sports car at a very reasonable price. This can be a very good deal. So, those who want to spend less but get more can consider buying a used sports car at a good price. However, there are many pitfalls that you should avoid. Let’s discuss about them.

The safety aspect

As every sports car is a high-performance vehicle which runs on the roads in great speed, the safety aspects of the car are of utmost importance. It is well understood that a new car will always have the latest safety gear and engineering improvements. The bumper-to-bumper factory warranty that you get with a new car purchase is also a point to be noted. You do not need to worry about any potential service problem or concealed collision damage when you spend on a new car. But once you decide that you are not ready to spend much on your car purchase, then you have one choice left- buy a used car. While considering old classic muscle cars for sale you must be very sure about its quality and performance. Speaking about the safety aspects, any used car is lesser safe considering all the wears and tears that it has gone through during the first person’s drive. Therefore, any sports car that has become quite old or that has already covered many miles by its first user might not be a good investment.

Color and design

If you have a fetish for any color or design of your sports car, then buying a new one would be a better idea. It is very difficult to find your preferred color and design of car in the used automobile section of classic cars for sale. However, if you are not sure about which color or design of car you want to buy, then going for a good quality used car would be a great idea.

Used cars can be a welcome alternative when you want to spend less on your purchase. Usually, the top brand of sports cars come in very high prices. So, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea to buy one. Therefore, those who want to buy a top brand sports car in good price can look for a used car of that model. Once you go through its features and like them, you can purchase it. To avoid any further pitfall of buying a used car, you need to consult a good and trustworthy mechanic who can examine your car and assure you about its quality. It may so happen that a car owner sells off his old car just to buy an upgraded model. Or, sometimes some car owners buy exotic car but need to sell it off because of some financial issues. So, you never know, you may be the lucky one to get these cars in much lesser cost.