Terms & Conditions

Following is a statement issued by the Consumer Affairs Victoria as at 10/7/12.

"Using a motor car broker

Motor car brokers usually charge a fee or receive a commission to find a car for you.

If you decide to use a motor car broker, find out if you will be entering into a contract to buy a car from that person. If your contract is with the broker, then they must hold a licence. However, the motor car broker may be acting as an intermediary between you and a car trader.
In this case, the trader and not the broker must hold a licence. If the trader or motor car broker with whom you enter a contract is not licensed, you will have no legal protection under the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.
Also, if you use a motor car broker, be sure to find out how much you will be charged in commission or fees.”

Please note that Brooklands Classic Cars is a licensed Motor Car Trader. There are no buyers fees charged to purchasers when buying from us at either the Showroom or Brokerage facilities.

Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service:

Vehicle’s cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until purchased in full by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd from the vehicle’s owner. Otherwise, the sale would be considered consignment selling and Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd would be in contravention of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.  

A note on E.G.C (excluding government charges) advertising.
Of our vehicles are sold interstate and registration, transfer and stamp duty fees vary for each state and Territory and in the interests of clarity we advertise this way.
We are happy to provide these individual charges on request.

Please note that most of our classic cars are eligible for club permit or restricted registration in most jurisdictions. Subject to current relevant club membership, and as such are usually exempted from or attract lesser duties and fees.