Meet Jordan Muscarella (4K) | ClassicCars.com Diary
Lots of Jordan Muscarella family worked for General Motors and Ford, and the love of cars has always been in his blood. Muscarella, the collector car network’s marketing manager, developed a love for Corvettes from his grandfather and the first car he drove was a C4.
“This video highlights my passion and interest in collectible cars from my family very early in life,” Muscarella said. “I am proud to carry on the family legacy by finding a career path in the industry.”
Now Jordan has the perfect career to enjoy his very own 1992 Chevrolet C4 Corvette.
“The Collector Car Network piqued my interest on many levels,” Muscarella said. “Especially after hearing that the company was recently acquired by Barrett-Jackson in mid-2021.”
The Collector Car Network consists of three brands: ClassicCars.com, AutoHunter and The ClassicCars.com Journal. Each brand aims to create an engaged community of enthusiasts, buyers and sellers.
- ClassicCars.com – With market listings with over 4 million monthly visitors and over 35,000 vehicles for sale at any given time.
- AutoHunter.com – Well done online auctions. This platform is a force not to be taken lightly. The momentum we are seeing with web traffic, new bidders signing up every day, and the growing number of listings could be seen as a big player in the market in a short time.
- The ClassicCars.com Diary – Online magazine, articles, breaking news and engaging human interest stories with approximately 400,000 readers.
“Finding a career path where I can continue to impact and influence the strategic development and direction of a business has really inspired creativity and appeal,” Muscarella said. “I personally take the success of our customers into consideration by ensuring that we provide top-notch service, build trust and awareness of our brands and offerings.”
To verify this 4K video and many more on AutoHunter’s YouTube page.
Check back the first of every month for a new episode featuring the folks at the Collector Car Network.