We are an online curated car auction site founded on passion and developed with logic. Second Daily is a family run business, established after many years of personally enjoying “second dailys” and realizing the need for a better platform that could provide a boutique online car auction experience…a trusted place where each vehicle is hand-picked, each ad is personally crafted and each car featured is something we would love to have in our garage rotation.
His love of cars began at an early age with matchbox cars, posters of exotics on the bedroom wall, and movies like King of the Mountain, Cannonball Run and anything James Bond. At age 11, he was learning to drive manuals in a ’78 CJ-5 on the backroads of rural South Carolina. Over the many years of personally buying and selling vintage enthusiast cars, Stephen has been entrenched in the online car enthusiast community. With a PhD and a long career in statistics, he pairs his passion with an analytical and systematic approach to car buying. Having personally experienced the pros and cons of online car buying, he founded Second Daily to provide a better answer to how it’s done now…a way that he, as both enthusiast and consumer, would want it.
What’s my daily? Currently a 996 turbo x50, a ’94 Range Rover Classic and a ’97 NAS Defender 90. First, second, and third daily…in no particular order.
Lindsey brings to Second Daily a much needed creative mind, as well as the operational commitment to managing each car auction with a great attention to detail. Driving cross-country in the back of an 84’ Mercedes 300D and across town in a Healey 3000, she developed at a young age an appreciation for exquisite details and automotive engineering. She appreciates the unique history and stories each of these vintage cars have to tell. Although a kid toting, baseball equipment carrying driver by day makes sense, it’s packing up the Classic with fishing poles and camping gear that really brings her personal joy in driving fun daily!
What’s my daily? When not on kid duty in the 8-seater Sequoia, it’s a 2005 L322 Range Rover (I really love the Christmas tree of lights that are usually lit up on the dash) or we fight over the Classic. Currently I’m shopping for a 300TD to relive my childhood but with added trunk space.