The first nationwide Internet movie car broker
17 years ago, Michael J. Kopilec's innovative
concept of "brokering cars" forever
changed the way Hollywood conducts business. The
company formed to implement this concept, Classic
Car Suppliers, became the first picture car
brokering company and has been the leading car
brokering company ever since then. Classic Car
Suppliers has given car owners the unique
opportunity to work as part of the crew on
thousands of productions. Once again, the way the
movie industry acquires picture cars is being
changed. Now, with the advent of the Internet and
the formation of NationwidePictureCars.com,
earning extra income working in the movie
industry is no longer limited to those living in
the Southern California area.
The demand for picture cars has never been
greater and now everyone truly has the
opportunity to make money working in the film
industry. NationwidePictureCars.Com is the first
fully computerized, nationwide Internet picture
car company serving all of the U.S. and Canada.
Photos of car owners' cars are scanned and
formatted into NationwidePictureCars.Com's
database, allowing production companies to
quickly access these photos within minutes by
using a state of the art search engine. Along
with photos, they also get full descriptions,
mechanical statistics, rental rates, and probable
dates of availability. Other picture companies
have to pull-up photos manually. After spending a
considerable amount of time waiting for the
photos to be pulled up, production companies then
have to go to the expense of getting them
messengered. Through the use of MovieVehicles.com's
detailed listing forms, car owners set their own
rental rates and conditions of rental, prior to
the vehicles being selected. Car owners now have
input regarding shoot dates and amount of advance
notice needed. Production companies know
instantly the probability of availability, amount
of advance notice needed by car owners, rental
rates, and other pertinent information.
NationwidePictureCars.Com, the logical choice for
car owners and production people!
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Do you take a percentage of what
I get paid?
A: No. The price you set
for the rental of your vehicle is
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