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Expert Panelists Named for Collector Car Appreciation Day

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The list of panelists has just been released for the National Collector Car Appreciation Day webcast that will be broadcast from the Petersen Automotive Museum on July 8th, exclusively on eBay Motors. Best yet, you get to ask the questions!

There will be three panel discussions, one on Pre-War Collector Cars, another on Muscle Cars, and a third on what would make a modern car collectible in the future. Have a question for any or all of them? Just send it via email to: But hurry, we need your questions by July 6!

All sessions will be moderated by Motor Trend Radio’s Alan Taylor. The panelists are:

Pre-War Panel:

  • Ed Justice Jr. (Justice Brothers)
  • Corky Coker (Street Rodder radio/Coker Tire)
  • Dick Messer (Director Emeritus Petersen Automotive Museum)
  • Craig Jackson (Barrett Jackson Auctions)
  • Richard Earl (Grandson of and expert on designer Harley Earl)
  • Famous Rhodes (eBay Motors)
  • David Freiburger (Editor Hot Rod)
  • Alex Xydias (So Cal Speed Shop)

Muscle Car Panel:

  • Alex Exodus (So Cal Speed Shop)
  • Steve Strope (Car Craft radio/Pure Vision Design)
  • David Freiburger (Editor Hot Rod)
  • Famous Rhodes (eBay Motors)
  • Craig Jackson (Barrett Jackson Auctions)
  • Ed Justice Jr. (Justice Bros.)
  • Beau Boeckmann (Galpin Premier Collection)
  • John Luft (Shelby)

New Car Panel:

  • Beau Boeckmann (Galpin Premier Collection)
  • Keith Martin (Sports Car Market)
  • Craig Jackson (Barrett Jackson)
  • David Freiburger (Editor Hot Rod)
  • Famous Rhodes (eBay Motors)
  • Ed Justice Jr. (Justice Bros.)
  • Rich Evans (Huntington Beach Body Works

Be sure to come join us at eBay Motors Collector Car Appreciation Day site on July 8 and watch your questions answered by the panel of experts.

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