More and more motorists searching for the James Bond lifestyle!
A new Aston Martin search engine website is bucking the trend when it comes to buying and selling used classic cars.
Whilst the motoring market may have stalled thanks to the difficult financial climate, AstonFinder.com has seen the number of hits to its website quadruple within the first month. With more than 200 cars and 20 dealers advertising on the site, AstonFinder.com now boasts more than £10million worth of classic Aston Martin motor cars.
Keith Riddington, joint-founder of AstonFinder.com, says the site has exceeded expectations within the first month of its launch, proving that consumers’ appetite for classic cars is greater than ever: “With the likes of the irreplaceable Aston Martin Bulldog, to last years Le Mans entry LMP1 Lola 008, the overall interest in the site has been boosted dramatically”.
The site is also helping more and more dealers and private sellers get back into the market place after a tricky few years. By taking advantage of the free advertising they’re able to use the site to compare current market prices enabling them to better meet demand. And with over 300 registered searchers on the members list, buyers looking for a recession-proof investment know exactly when the car they are searching for is on the market with an email notification of all the details.
AstonFinder is a new internet-based advertising partnership exclusively specialising in Aston Martin motor cars for sale.
AstonFinder was founded in 2010 when Keith Riddington, former Aston Martin Works Service Manager, teamed up with Graeme Miller, ex-Aston Martin IT consultant responsible for creating Aston Martin's online Parts and Vehicle Ordering systems.