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Nostalgia is an up-to-date re-imagination of the fabled 1934 BMW R7. Collector motorcycles require agreed value insurance coverage, not the stated value coverage that daily riders/drivers have. Protect your investment! Get it appraised! More info on the Nostalgia: https://nmoto.com/
When it comes to defining collector vehicles, apparently it's different strokes for different folks. Miura, Pinto, Veyron, Yugo, Agera, Trabant may indeed all qualify! What's the most uncollectible vehicle you have ever owned, that now is considered a collector? Regardless, Auto Appraisal Network of South Florida appraises them all!
The upside of buying a vehicle with a rebuilt or branded title is that you can own and drive one for significantly less that the identical car with a clean title. The downside is that nagging question of whether it truly was repaired properly, and of course its subsequent resale value. Also, if you plan to finance the purchase the lending institute will almost certainly require a Fair Market Value appraisal. We can help! Call/text 786-853-0711
This article is actually about selling a classic car online, but every seller needs a buyer! If you are buying online, and cannot get up close and personal to kick the tires, be sure to get a pre-purchase inspection from a local Auto Appraiser. In South Florida, we can help! https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63623879/selling-your-classic-car-online
Why your boat needs a professional written appraisal. There are two basic types of boat insurance—“agreed value” and “actual cash value”, also known as "stated value." How depreciation is handled is what sets them apart. An "agreed value" policy covers the boat based on its value when the policy was written. While it may cost more, there is no depreciation for a total loss of the boat (some partial losses may be depreciated). "Actual cash value" policies may cost less, but factor in depreciation. Simply stated, the policy will only pay up to the actual cash value of the boat at the time it is declared a total or partial loss. Eventually, as your boat ages, your insurer will probably insist on an actual cash value policy, unless you provide a Replacement Value Appraisal
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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Sleek lines of a 1937 Cord 812 Beverly conceals its once hidden past when it comes up in auctions. Learn the controversial history behind this historic automobile. https://www.foxnews.com/auto/cursed-1937-cord-812-political-history
That result ($3.4M hammer price plus fees) smashes the record for the most expensive Mustang to ever change hands at public auction, which belonged to a 1967 Shelby GT500 “Super Snake” that sold for $2.2M in Kissimmee last year. Before the sale, auction house president Dana Mecum declined to provide an estimate for the Bullitt Mustang, but he anticipated it would exceed the $3.5M hammer price ($3.78M with commission) for a 1971 Plymouth Hemi ’Cuda convertible that sold in 2014.