Vintage car rentals can be a lucrative option for many Americans and Canadians alike, especially for those who don’t have a car to take their cars for a weekend outing or simply don’t want to drive.
But what about a vehicle that’s been sitting in a garage for years, or that’s just sitting on the side of the road?
While it’s hard to find a vintage car that’s not in good condition, there are a few ways to make a quick buck on a used car.
The National Auto Dealers Association (NADA) has a list of the best places to find vintage car rentals.
Some are great value, some are not so much, and some are downright disgusting.
If you’re looking for something for your garage or driveway, the National Auto Dealer Association is a good place to start.