EDMONTON & CALGARY OFFICES
OWNED & OPERATED by Matt Gergely
Servicing Edmonton, Surrounding Area and Northern Alberta since 2005
As of October 2009, Matt has opened a second office in Calgary.
2010 – Newly Built 32 Ford HighBoy 3 Window Coupe “Traditional 50′s Hot Rod”
Matt has been ………………………………..
“BUYING, SELLING AND RESTORING CLASSIC & CUSTOM VEHICLES FOR OVER 30 YEARS”
Matt is active member of several local car clubs and is well known at the weekly “Show & Shines’ hot spots around Edmonton. Since becoming a “Stay Home Dad” in 2003, Matt moved forward in creating his own appraisal business known as “WHEELS”. It was a way for Matt to keep in touch with fellow enthusiasts and some time away from home. Matt has designed a new concept for classic, custom & competition vehicle appraisals, with in depth reporting, full color. The flashy design which has surprised the auto appraisal industry and is setting new levels of quality.
In 2006 Matt was accepted as a member for the “Canadian Association of Professional Property Appraisers” (www.cpa-cappa.com) and is certified for Classic & Competition Vehicles.
Also in 2006 Matt became an official judge at the Edmonton POWERAMA Motoring Expo Show
2006-2007 “Competition Vehicles”
2008-2010 “All Engines & Under Carriages” & “Junior Judge Program”
In January 2008 Matt & his company Wheels Classic Auto Appraisal became SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) member.
2010 Member of the SVAI (Specialty Vehicle Appraisal Institute) of Alberta
2010 – 2011 – Red Deer Speed & Custom Show Judge
We work for well known custom builders within Alberta
NOVEMBER 2009 – Matt Appraises JD’s 1970 Boss Mustang (brother of Criss Angel of Mind Freak)
Purchased by Private Collector in Alberta
JULY 2010 – Matt Appraises David Koresh’s of Waco Texas 1968 Black Camaro SS
Purchased by Private Collector in Alberta
APRIL 2011 – Matt Appraises Troy Ladd’s (Hollywood Hotrods – Burbank, CA. USA) 1932 Custom Ford Roadster
APRIL 2011 Matt appraises FULL SCALE HOT RODS of Ventura, California
Owner Troy Martin’s – 1953 Ford Ranch 2dr Wagon on display at SEMA 2010
EDMONTON SOUTH OFFICE
OWNED & OPERATED by Curtis Shenher as of September 2010
Curtis’ passion for cars was evident as early as the age of 3 when he carried an ice cream pale full of Mattel “Hot Wheels” cars everywhere he went. Since then he can not get enough of the automobile industry. Curtis spends nearly every spare moment thinking about, talking to people about, working on, cleaning & browsing the internet for classics vehicles. All makes of cars, trucks and bikes, both new and old, stir Curtis’ enthusiasm for this incredible industry. Although Curtis enjoys all sorts of “things on WHEELS”, he has a soft spot for Mustangs including a ’70 Fastback & ’66 Coupe that he previously owned as well as a heavily modified ’06 GT convertible that he currently enjoys. He has also owned a couple ’71 Chevelles, one of which still sits in his garage.
Curtis is proud to be part of the WHEELS family and is looking forward serving you and your vehicle appraisal needs.
RED DEER OFFICE
OWNED & OPERATED by Clint Weimer as of July 2010
Clint has been into Muscle Cars, Hot Rods, and Customs since he was about 5 years old, and been around them even longer. From the time he was a baby, he was riding in his dad’s 68 Camaro SS Rag top, and while growing up more of them in his dad’s 73 GTO, or his uncle’s 68 Satellite and 73 Road Runner, also other rides in cousins 69 Sport Fury to name but a few. In other words, he was hooked. Classic Cars are rooted deep within him, and that passion continues, having owned himself a few Mopar B-Body cars, a couple of Camaro’s, not including a 69 Dodge Dart or his 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT. Clint is a lover of all kinds of vehicles of yesterday and today and of many different classes, and eras. He enjoys sharing fellow enthusiasts passion for what they have and appreciates the time and effort they put into their prized rides.
MEDICINE HAT OFFICE
OWNED & OPERATED by Neal Cook as of May 2010
He has been around cars all his life. It started when he was 13 years old, he would go to the neighbours garage and hang out with the older boys working on their cars, 1957 Chevy & 1970 Cuda. He was told by the older boys that he must learn about cars or he could not come over. The boys tested his memory ever time he showed up and it paid off. Ever since then Neal has been a “Car Guy” that runs deep in his veins and has built a few of his own classic cars. Neal is very well known in the hot rod circles of Medicine Hat and knows his stuff, he even gets asked to help his friends build their dream cars.
Neal is current building his own dream car a 1934 Chevy Master Custom Pro Street Street Rod