Joseph Troise is the author of two books on automobiles, as well as many articles on classic cars and automotive history. His work has appeared in Autoweek and Road & Track, San Francisco Chronicle, Hemmings Classic Car and many more. Joseph is also a former Market Analyst for the Kelley Blue Book, and part of the development team for Kelley’s Early Car Edition. Here to talk classic car valuation, classic car inspections and old ponies, welcome Joe to Ford Mustang The Early Years.

Discussed on today’s episode with Joseph:

  • How the classic car market “works” 
  • Current and future trends in values as well.
  • Why having your classic Mustang appraised for insurance purposes is a very good idea 
  • How to get “good” insurance and avoid “bad” insurance. 

What do you do for a living?: 

Classic Car Appraiser and Inspector

What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: 

I would like to build a Ford Falcon Sprint coupe pro-tourer


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