Archive for May, 2010

Lake Wheeler car show in Raleigh

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

The annual car show on Lake Wheeler is always a great event.  The early storms may have scared some folks off this year because attendance was slightly down this year, but it was still a great show.  There were some fantastic cars out there, and I met some great car folks!!!!!! 

 

Thank you to all that I had the opportunity to speak with today, and I look forward to seeing you all again.

 

When this show rolls around next year, don’t miss it!

Raleigh NC Area

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

Yesterday was the Small Business Expo in Apex, NC.  It was a great day and there was lots of foot traffic.  Thanks to all who came out and I had a great time speaking with so many great people.  There were so many of you that had fantastic questions.

Remember, if anyone ever has any type of automotive related question, drop me a line and I will do the best I can to help you out.

I look forward to the questions!!!!

 

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Small Business Expo in Apex NC

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

If you are in the Apex NC area, NC Auto Appraisal will be at the Small Business Expo in the WakeMed building on May 19th.  It is free to the public.  Feel free to stop by and say Hi!  This is a big event. It is so big, that the location had to be moved to the WakeMed building on Apex Peakway from it’s old location.

 

I look forward to seeing you tomorrow.  Let me know you read this on the site.

Thank you Bull City Street Rod Association

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Last night I spoke to the members of the Bull City Street Rod club to discuss the needs for an appraisal on street rods and what diminished value appraisals are.

 

I want to thank the club for their hospitality, and the great food.

 

Thank you Chris for the invitation and thank you Ted for allowing me in your home.

 

I hope to meet with you guys again soon!!!!!!!

I want to know your thoughts!

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010

 

Where do you see the future of the car hobby going.  I have had many interesting discussions with many people, and there are many different ideas as to the direction of our hobby?

 

Will it be imports only?

 

Will musclecars and rods remain popular?

 

Will they be more interested in today’s cars and how can they be restored with all of the modern technology, ie airbags?

 

I want to hear from you.  info@ncautoappraisal.com