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Antique & Classic Auto
Appraisal Service
Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Antique & Classic Auto<BR>Appraisal Service<BR>Celebrates 30th Anniversary

The Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service team of professionals shown above are: Doug J. Adams, Vice-President & General Manager (L); Tim Wickmann, Appraiser; D. Dean Renwick, Founder and President; Bob Nicholson, Branch Manager - Huntsville; J. Wayne Copeland, Vice-President Business Development, and Jeff Reynolds, Appraiser.


The year 2010 marks the 30th Anniversary of the founding of Canada's largest, most relied upon special interest vehicle appraisal company - Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service. The company's uniquely detailed professional approach to vehicle appraisal has become the yardstick of the appraisal industry that is relied upon by not only special interest vehicle insurance providers, but direct insurance writers, mutual insurance markets, and the legal profession.

As leaders in the vehicle appraisal industry, Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service realized the need for some form of industry regulation, and in 1996 founded the Professional Association of Vehicle Evaluators Inc. to provide meaningful consumer protection initiatives through a written Code of Ethics and having its professional appraiser members covered under an Errors & Omissions insurance program.

Additional information on Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service may be obtained by calling 416-252-3983.





WAYNE COPELAND RECEIVES
RIGHT COAST ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

WAYNE COPELAND RECEIVES RIGHT COAST ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Shown at the 47th Performance World Show in Mississauga, Ontario on March 14, 2010 are Wayne Copeland (L) receiving his award from Jim Pearsall of the Right Coast Association beside Wayne's prize winning 1931 Ford Model A Woody Street Rod.


Wayne Copeland, Vice-President of Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada was honoured to receive a Representatives' Lifetime Achievement Award from the Right Coast Association. The prestigious award from the Syracuse, New York-based organization recognizes Wayne's 40 years of dedicated support and achievement within the Canadian collector and street rod hobby.





12th AURORA MAINSTREET AUTOSHOW

12th  AURORA  MAINSTREET  AUTOSHOW Aurora Classic Car Show Chairman Gary Nolan President of Diamond Trim and Celebrity Judge D. Dean Renwick, President of Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service with the Best Street Machine trophy donated by Dundee Securities.

Shown above are Aurora Classic Car Show Chairman Gary Nolan(L) President of Diamond Trim and Celebrity Judge; D. Dean Renwick, President of Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service with the "Best Street Machine" trophy donated by Dundee Securities. Photo: Ryan Gaudoin


Dateline: Aurora Ontario
The 12th Annual Aurora Street Sale and Classic Car Show was held on Sunday, June 3rd, 2007. There were just under a hundred vehicles and estimates placed the attendance at an incredible forty thousand folks who visited the mile long sale and display running the length of Yonge Street (Hwy. #11) from Murray Drive in the south to Wellington Street in the north.

A major sponsor of the Classic Car Show was organizer Gary Nolan's company -Diamond Trim. Participants had their choice of a huge selection of worthwhile door prizes including two $20.00 Sunoco gift certificates donated by Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service. Goody Bags were provided by Lant & Co. Insurance Brokers Ltd., of Stouffville. Dundee Securities. also donated T-Shirts to all the autoshow participants.

Judging was on a "Show & Shine" format and the "Best Street Machine" trophy went to Mr. Rick Reninger with his magnificent, pearl orange '69 Camaro recently purchased at this year's Barrett Jackson Auction. Rick is a professional sketch artist who generously donated a sketch painting of a lucky winner's vehicle as another valuable door prize.

The First Place award was presented to Dr. Gary Fernandes for his exceptional 1969 Camaro "SS" Pace Car Convertible. Second Place went to a gorgeous, authentically restored, 1965 GTO "Tri-Powered" Convertible owned by Mr. Larry Withall. Third Place went to Robert Soper and Christine Hertler for their very deserving 1937 Oldsmobile Sedan.

Every successful event needs background support and the Aurora event was no exception. On duty to help were Gary's wife Julie, and Diamond Trim's co-op student, Greg Marlow. Show support was also provided from Antique & Classic Appraisals by Ryan Gaudoin of Toronto.





WAYNE COPELAND RECEIVES BUSINESS AWARD

Shown above is J. Wayne Copeland, Vice President - Business Development(L) receiving an engraved award from Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service President; D. Dean Renwick recognizing Wayne's business development achievements during his more than two decades with the company. Lindsay, Ontario / August 13, 2006

Shown above is J. Wayne Copeland, Vice President - Business Development(L) receiving an engraved award from Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service President; D. Dean Renwick recognizing Wayne's business development achievements during his more than two decades with the company. Lindsay, Ontario / August 13, 2006


Wayne Copeland, Vice President - Business Development at Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service was recognized at a recent luncheon and presentation ceremony for his exceptional commitment to maintaining Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service's position as the largest specialty vehicle evaluation company in Canada.

The award was made by Antique & Classic President; D. Dean Renwick who stated: "Wayne joined the company in 1985 and has always been an aggressive promoter of professional quality vehicle appraisals. Today's presentation recognizes the excellent business promotional partnerships Wayne has personally developed through his initiatives such as securing and maintaining appraisal sponsorship opportunities with Haugen's BBQ weekly Cruise Nights, Reg & Mary Paron's Road Legends Cruisers' weekly series of six, Durham Region Cruise Nights, Lindsay's annual Classics on Kent Auto Show, the annual AutoFest held at General Motors' Canadian Head Office in Oshawa, and the bi-annual RM Auctions held at Toronto's International Centre".

Renwick went on to state that "after thirteen years as an appraisal professional, Wayne was one of the first who recognized the need for licencing and meaningful consumer protection regulation within the special interest vehicle appraisal industry, and in 1998 became one of the earliest members to join the Professional Association of Vehicle Evaluators (P.A.V.E.)". Renwick concluded by saying he was "extremely gratified by the successful business relationship the two have enjoyed for over two decades".

Wayne Copeland can be reached at his Cambray, Ontario (Lindsay Area) office by 'phone at 705-878-6116.

Additional information on Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service can be obtained by visiting its web site at www.antiqueandclassicappraisal.com.

Additional information on the Professional Association of Vehicle Evaluators and its licenced members may be obtained by visiting its web site at www.trustpave.com.





Toronto Aerospace Museum Benefits from Renwick Donation

Toronto Aerospace Museum Benefits from Renwick Donation

Shown above are Paul Cabot, Curator at the Toronto Aerospace Museum(L), and D. Dean Renwick, President of Antique & Classic Auto Appraisal Service, in front of the Museum's restored 1942 de Havilland "82C" Tiger Moth, as a large collection of historic aviation material, including a rare 1928 book entitled "Everybody's Aviation Guide", was donated by Mr. Renwick to become part of the Museum's collection of artifacts on July 26, 2006. Photo courtesy T.A.M.


Toronto, On. While Dean Renwick has been involved with antique and collectible automobiles for fifty years, his parents Doug and Dorothy were involved for many years with flying, and the accumulation of Canadian aviation history. Doug Renwick took his first "barnstorming" flight in a Curtiss Swallow on June 16th, 1928 from a grass field located where the Finch subway station parking lot is now located in north Toronto. At the time of his death in 1985, Doug Renwick was a Director of the Canadian Aviation Historical Association (C.A.H.S.), as well as being the oldest licenced pilot flying out of Buttonville Airport in Markham, Ontario (just north of Toronto).

Dorothy was also a licenced private pilot, and was extremely active in the Ninety-Nine's Inc., which is the international women's flying association founded in 1929 by Amelia Earhart. The organization's name comes from the number of founding members. At the time of her death in 1978, Dorothy was the Historian of the First Canadian Chapter of the Ninety-Nines. One of her projects was the successful installation of a Federal Historic Plaque at Hamilton, Ontario's Mount Hope Airport in 1976 honouring Eileen Vollick, who in 1928 became Canada's first licenced woman pilot. The collection of historic material documenting the development of Toronto, and Canadian aviation was turned over to the Museum on July 26, 2006 by Dean Renwick.

The Toronto Aerospace Museum is busy preparing for the Roll Out of its full-size replica of the ill-fated Avro Arrow jet fighter plane this coming Thanksgiving weekend, as well as planning for next summer's 2nd Annual "Wings & Wheels" show featuring a fly-in of vintage aircraft and display of antique and special interest vehicles. A number of today's volunteers working on the Arrow re-creation actually worked on the original project. The Roll Out will be preceded by a fundraising gala. The Museum is located at 65 Carl Hall Road, Toronto, Ontario, within Downsview Park. This now-public park was the original home of the de Havilland Plant (where the very first Beaver aircraft was built), and the R.C.A.F.'s Main Supply Depot. Additional information on the initiatives of the Toronto Aerospace Museum may be obtained by visiting its web site at www.torontoaerospacemuseum.com or by telephone at 416-638-6078.




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