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Why Do I Need an Appraisal?

One of the most often asked questions at Vintage Auto Appraisal is "Why do I need to get my vehicle appraised?" The answer is..We all put a lot of time and effort into our prized collectible vehicles. To ensure you get proper coverage and know the value of your treasure, getting a Vintage Auto Appraisal Value Report will give you a true value for your prized possession. Protecting both you and your collectible vehicle. Vintage Auto Appraisal offers appraisal services for.. Value, Insurance, Estates, Divorce, Expert Witness, Diminished Value, Loans, Pre-Purchase, Tax Donations or Total Loss.

Many people undervalue or overvalue their collectible vehicles. Shows like Barrett Jackson Auctions or American Pickers are all wonderful to watch but not always realistic in values in the real world. Overpricing a collectible vehicle can hurt it as much as under pricing it. The ever changing collectible car market has its ups and downs same as has been changing daily. Be careful not to under or over value your classic. Getting a professional appraisal you can be sure of the true value of your vehicle.

Vintage Auto Appraisal offers you service at your Home and Business and can also bring your vehicle to our Drive To Locations in Port Jefferson Long Island New York and Carlisle PA (by the Famous Carlisle Fairgrounds)

A Vintage Auto Appraisal Value Report Appraisal consists of 24-32 digital photos, full condition report, vehicle history and Vin# or Data Plate breakdown. Vehicle value is based on “Similar Vehicles in Similar Condition” That have Sold. All this gets complied in a concise report that gets emailed to you in a PDF File.

To make an Appointment or More Info you can visit our easy to use website and Click The CONTACT tab. You can also find us on Facebook and Private Message us. If you are feeling Old Fashioned you can give us a Jingle or Text at 631-346-7014 or 717-516-1560

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