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    Local Appraiser

    I moved to the Seattle area last year (Redmond specifically), and I realized it's time to have my car appraised again. From what I'm seeing on the sale threads, it might be worth twice what I have it insured for at the moment.

    Does anyone know of an expert appraiser in the area? State Farm requires documentation proving their expertise, so I'd like to find someone who has been doing it professionally for a long time.


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    Jul 2011
    Chicago Area
    You need to use a classic car insurer like Leland West, Hagerty, Chubb, etc. they do not require an appraisal (just pictures). They will tell you what your car is worth and what to insure it for. Also can go on Hagerty website and look up current value of your car.
    Mike Fitton # 2071
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