Classic cars in general (and especially older exotics) have a reputation for being, let’s say,…
You’re invited to free seminars about unrestored cars
Please join us on Saturday, July 26, at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth Township, Mich., for two seminars in which our experts will give you an insider’s look at unrestored cars in the marketplace and what to do with them. Space is limited; click here to reserve your spot.
Unrestored Cars in the Marketplace, 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Dave Kinney, Publisher of the Hagerty Price Guide; Donald Osborne, appraiser, automotive journalist and television personality; Alain Squindo, Vice President of RM Auctions; and Keith Martin, Publisher of Sports Car Market will discuss how to assign values to unrestored cars, and look at the difference between barn finds, old restorations and true preservation class cars when determining what’s worth a premium and why. Moderated by Adam Martin, Vice President of The Hagerty Institute for Collector Vehicles.
Preserve It vs. Restore It, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
A panel of three expert restorers and three staunch preservationists look at an unrestored car and share with the audience their opinions about what to do with it — do it all, do nothing, or something in between. This highly interactive seminar will feature a very opinionated panel consisting of preservationists David Burroughs, Mark Gessler and Malcolm Collum; restorers Werner Meier and Brian Joseph; and detailer Tim McNair, and the audience will be invited to join with questions or comments at any point. Moderated by Hagerty Classic Cars magazine Executive Editor Jonathan A. Stein.
The Inn at St. John’s
44045 5 Mile Road
Plymouth Township, MI 48170