This was my first time buying a classic car so I was admittedly skeptical. I looked at their video of the car and thought I must have been missing something . I talked to Brian at Gateway and it sounded too good to be true. But this was my dream car so worst case scenario, I get the car there is damage to an area I missed or something that I didn't think of and no worries I invest in the repairs and still get my dream car at a good price. Price was VERY generous to me, so that was solidifying my idea that I missed something.
The 1967 Impala rolled off the enclosed flatbed. The video made it look beautiful but seeing the car in front of me, it was like looking at a genuine Van Gogh in front of me. I couldn't believe it. It looked immaculate, nothing wrong with it. Nada. So, obviously it wouldn't start or something right? Nope. I've been driving it with zero problems for over 2 weeks now. It wasn't as described by Gateway. No, it was WAY WAY better than described. They understated how great it was. And I feel like I'm understating how great Brian and the people at Gateway Classic Cars are.
To summarize. The 1967 Chevrolet Impala is, has been, and always will be my dream car. Brian and all the people at Gateway Classic Cars literally helped me realize my dream. They were also the nicest people you could ask for. Very considerate, very willing to work with me, and very fast on their response time. The essence of professionalism. I've recommended them to everyone I know. I'm recommending them to you. You can tell that they not only car about classic cars but that they care about the people buying them. They will treat you right. They will help you realize your dream.