Collector Vehicle Appraisals was founded as a service to the old car hobbyists in Southwestern Ontario.

We are Paul Prince Sr and Paul Prince. Both hobbyists with years of experience.

Paul Prince Sr received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Western Ontario. Paul is Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) by the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) and is a certified 65-66 Mustang and late model judge with the Mustang Club of America (MCA), 

Paul Prince is a red seal 310S licensed automotive technician and a red seal 421A licensed heavy duty equipment technician.

The Ontario Ministry of Finance has approved us as an independent appraiser. 

Click here to read the article the London Free Press did on my appraisal business.

Paul Sr's  first 'old car' was a 1968 Mustang convertible his father and he  purchased in 1976.  Even though it was only 8 years old it had always  been a local car and suffered the effects of rust and hard use. But this  was the car that brought me into the hobby.  His  current old car is a 1965 Mustang 2+2 I bought in 1991. It was  originally from North Carolina. I also own two old motorcycles, a  1984 Honda V65 Magna and a 1985 BMW K100RT. His  career has been spent at various companies. He spent 5 years working for  General Motors and 4 years at Ford Motor Company headquarters in  Dearborn, Michigan. He had the pleasure of meeting Carroll Shelby at the  Dearborn Assembly Plant (DAP) in 2003.

Paul Jr. has been a mechanic for 17 years. He started pumping gas for Tony at the Red Star Garage in Ilderton when he was 16. He has since gone through his apprenticeships for 310S and 421A. Paul has owned his 1968 Ford Mustang California Special for 6 years and his 1989 Ford Mustang GT convertible for 15 years. Paul is a heavy vehicle mechanic for Marcel Equipment working on large Caterpillar and others equipment.