Find out what our customers are saying:

Roger B. (Global Tranport Amsterdam- Holland)

Hello Jon,
Many thanks for all the feedback and photos !!
It’s very rare these days that sellers giving customer service like you do.
Good job, I am sure European buyers will spread the word that you’re reliable!
Hope to get more cars from you to Europe !!
Kind regards,

Fred Z. (Columbiana, OH)

Jon –
Thanks for all of your help in arranging the purchase of the 1952 Pontiac Wagon – great car!

Keith W. (O’Fallon, MO)

The staff at St. Louis Car Museum were very professional and made the process of selling my car smooth and seamless. The expectations were set up front and there were no surprises. The exposure my car received from St. Louis Car Museum was fantastic and a special thanks to Jon for negotiating the best price for me. I received my payment quickly and I would definitely do business with them again!

Dennis M. (Missouri Valley, Iowa)

We purchased the Riviera 4 years ago from St. Louis Car Museum. Jon Faust was our salesman. We received very professional, honest service throughout the whole transaction. That’s very important when you are spending this kind of money! He helped us find a transporter to get the Buick to Iowa. We are still “tweaking” things on the Buick, and we love it!

Arden D. (Weatherford, Ok)

Jon, just wanted to thank you again for all of your help in building one of the finest collections, I think, of classic cars and motorcycles in Oklahoma (maybe the Southwest). You will recall that it all started with the 1982 Excalibur. WOW. I had seen one on a turnpike here in Oklahoma and almost wrecked looking at it. Well, when I saw the one you were offering, spoke with you at length about it, and read all of the wonderful descriptors you had furnished on the website, then researched the Excalibur and it’s designer/builder, I was sold and had to have it. As I said, that’s where it all started… Lord only knows where it will stop. Since that purchase, I have bought a number of vehicles from your company, each of which met or exceeded my expectations. I am having fun reliving my younger days when the old pocket book would never have supported owning these beauties, but alas, good things come to those who wait and now I am able to afford my toys. Everyone who has visited my “museum” or toy box as I call it, are amazed and always ask “Where in the world did you ever find these beautiful cars?” All I can say is if you are looking for a well described and educated offering of a classic automobile, motorcycle, or boat you should check the inventory at St. Louis Car Museum and Sales, and although I’ve not had personal contact with all of the sales folks, I can certainly recommend Jon Faust and I know you will be impressed with his professional abilities and service. But let me say too, that if you see something you like, you’d better not wait… I missed a gorgeous ’58 Impala convertible by 15 minutes a few months ago. If you see something you like, jump in, the water’s fine……. Thanks,

Joe L. (Sydney, Australia)

Hi, I’d just like to thank St Louis Car Museum for the great experience of buying my ’65 Mustang Fastback R Model. Jon Faust was our sales person and he was extremely helpful, professional and polite. I purchased this car unseen from Australia after over 8 months of looking at ads from many car resellers and private owners. With many other cars that I had seen, I was uncomfortable that I was being taken advantage of because I wasn’t there to see the car in person. Photos were often blurry or taken from too far away to really see the car and if there were issues. With Jon and St Louis Car Museum I felt real confidence and relief that I was dealing with people and a company of integrity. Jon even helped me ship the car to my dad’s in Georgia so we could enjoy it together for a few weeks before I put it on the ship to Australia. We really enjoy driving the car!

After hearing all of my dad’s stories about the Mustangs he owned and raced in the 60’s – a 65, 66, 67 and a 69 Mach 1, it is my dream come true to own this car and experience what it was like to drive the car that started it all just as it was back in 1965.

Thanks to Jon and St Louis Car Museum!