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Automobile Classics Appraisal Services is a full service appraisal business operated by an independent appraiser certified under The National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. I provide insurance value appraisals for older vehicles as well as new; prior-to appraisals to determine vehicle's value prior to totaling; and diminution of value appraisals to assist in the recovering of your diminished value as the result of an accident caused by self or another. Estate and divorce settlement appraisals in addition to private collections also handled. I provide the most accurate appraisals based on market value and agreed value giving you the confidence necessary to make informed decisions regarding any automobile situation.
The above appraisals apply to everyday drivers, sports cars, collectibles, antiques, street rods and muscle cars. These are not over the phone quotes and can be backed up in a court of law. Accepted in Magistrate, State and Federal courts as an expert witness.
Was your vehicle damaged by the recent tornados in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee or North Carolina? Contact us today for storm damage appraisal.
Serving Georgia, eastern Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee since 1973. We’re proud to provide auto appraisal services for Pensacola, Panama City, Panama City Beach, Dothan, Tallahassee, Atlanta and other Southeast locations.
To obtain what my client is legally entitled to. This commitment of excellence is extended to include insurance companies seeking to reclaim equivalent values.
I am the only appraiser, throughout the numerous States utilizing my services, who is tested, and certified by the legitimate organization, USPAP.
Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, as established by an act of Congress in the 1980's, is considered the quality control standards applicable for real property, personal property, intangibles, and business valuation appraisal analysis.
My code of the ethics exceeds both, these standards and those of the ASA.
John E. Felth