During this time of COVID-19, not only are we continuing to do Pre-Purchase Inspections, Total Loss, Diminished Value and Insurance Coverage appraisals in South Florida, but we are also donating blood for those in need. My parents lived through the London Blitz of 1940 and 1941. We will get through this! Stay safe and continue to practice social distancing.
Greater Fort Lauderdale, in South Florida, has been called the Venice of America (more than 300 miles of inland waterways) and the Yachting Capital of the World (more than 40,000 yachts call it home). Plus, the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is one of the largest events of its kind in the world. And Miami, 29 miles south, is not far behind! Thinking of buying or selling a boat? Protect your investment, get it appraised.
Whether you are buying your first collector car, adding one to you collection, or purchasing the whole collection, we can help with a pre-purchase inspection (PPI) and Fair Market Value appraisal in South Florida.
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Search for it in one of the largest pre-owned Porsche markets in the world: South Florida. Roads always in great condition! No winter, snow, salt or sand. OK, there is sand on the beaches! When you find it, but before you buy it, get a pre-purchase inspection and appraisal! Call/text 786-853-0711
This stunning 1954 Buick Century Convertible is now on its way to a new owner is California! Need a collector car inspected? https://southfloridacarappraisers.com/pre-purchase-inspection-miami-fl.html
Looking to buy a used car, truck, motorcycle, RV or boat in South Florida? For details, call/text 786-853-0711
Bring A Trailer is increasingly becoming the GO-TO on-line site to buy or sell a collector car. This No-Reserve 1967 Austin Healey 3000 almost complete project is going to a new owner in about 24 hours!
Whether you are buying a collector car from a dealer or private seller, and have the possibility of bringing in an appraiser to look at the car, it really behooves you to do so.
An opportunistic car "collector" used a test drive to make off with a Ferrari worth $2.2million.