To me, it is structured like a brokerage and all these cars are on consignment. They do provide a street adress, so I imagine they have a showroom housing a select number of the cars from the website, but the majority do look like the cars are in someone's backyard... Literally! One example was a Fiat Abarth 124 Spider Rally that needed a restoration. What a mess! In someone's barn! Asking a lot of money for it too! :nuts:
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