January 29, 2013 | Posted in:Corvettes, Mustangs

If that’s not why we’ve had a larger than average sale volume over the past week or so, it’s because of my awesome Internet marketing skills. That’s one of the things I do when I’m not in the garage – SEO, social media outreach, email marketing, web development, and more. (Have I mentioned that I’m as talented as I am humble?) 😀

I’m supposed to follow up about the 2003 Mustang we have for sale tomorrow. Keep your fingers crossed…there is a 1981 Corvette parts car that I have my eye on. The 1974 Vette that we got back in November has paid for itself and then some. Whatever we don’t need for our 77 restoration project is being listed on eBay. Plus, being a C3, I don’t have to bounce back and forth between the metric and standard socket set.

On Facebook, I asked our fans to ‘Like’ a post if they had planned to use their tax refunds on their car projects. Taking stuff out of winter storage may be out of the question for some of us for at least a month or two, but planning ahead is always a good thing. Besides, how many “five minute” car projects have ended up taking MUCH longer than expected? 🙂

Welcome to Sports Car Salvage. We are a niche hobbyist sports car dismantler located in Northeast Ohio, selling parts for C4 & C5 Corvettes, Mazda Miatas, and other sports and performance cars. We also restore diamonds in the rough. Let us help you with your restoration project.

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