inspects all visible components of the vehicle we are appraising. No disassembly is done for this inspection, but a careful and detailed inspection takes place.
A number of photographs of the vehicle are taken at this time so as to have a visible record of the condition at the time of inspection. Most evaluations require a minimum of 4 photos but the evaluator may wish to take more if required. Inspections of the vehicle are recorded by the appraiser at the time of inspection.
We then return to the office to edit, type and assemble the photos. Before a value is attached to your vehicle, the appraiser will research your vehicle for quality, authenticity, rarity, known sales figures of similar vehicles and confirmation of modification investments. You will be given a complete Appraisal Report.
Please contact us by phone or e-mail for more information.
About Don Cooper
Don's earliest recollection of cars is of the late 50's and early 60's are when his father and a friend were building Roundy Round cars for the Edmonton Race Track. Since then his love for cars has grown.
Don is a licensed mechanic for 40 years, a government inspector for out of province vehicles, Southern Alberta representative for Good Guys and Past President of the Specialty Vehicle Association of Alberta (which is a lobby group representing the hobbyist with the provincial government).