Appraisal Forms

Appraisal Forms

Description

Scroll down to the bottom of this page to print various appraisal forms. Feel free to use these as needed/required.

You can visit the newsletter section of our site and search it for "appraisal" to see examples of our appraisals.

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Pictured here are a few of the warbirds that we have appraised for clients and museums around the world. They are an A7 Corsair, Fuji LM-1, Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, Bac Jet Provost P84 T3A (Provost T3), and a Vietnam era Huey.

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Pictured are a few of the cars that Harry has appraised. They are a 1947 Chevy Fleetmaster Coupe, 1938 Ford Panel Van, Chevy Nova II Pro Street Car, and a 1970 El Camino that was second place in the PPG Hot Wheels contest.

About the appraiser:

Harry Kraemer is an industry trained/certified appraiser for aircraft, vintage/classic automobiles, and motorcycles. Harry has been in the industry since 1978. He is a FAA licensed aircraft dealer. Harry has been involved in the aircraft sales/appraisal business since the 1980s. In most recent years (since 2007) Harry will usually complete over a 100 collector car/motorcycle and aircraft appraisals each year. Such appraisals have been used in estate settlements, divorce settlements, financing purposes, and insurance claims. As part of continuing his education Harry has also served as a judge (He has been a judge for the Antique Automobile Club of America) for industry related shows judging vehicles, aircraft, and motorcycles. Harry has received appraisal training from such companies as Cessna Aircraft and several internationally recognized appraisal organizations. Harry has restored and raced numerous vintage cars and motorcycles.

Harry is also an active pilot and Master Flight Instructor. Before starting Kraemer Aviation Services in 2002, Harry held numerous senior management positions in aviation including: Assistant Vice President of a Part 91 and 135 Flight Department, Chief Pilot for a 135 operation, Chief Pilot for several Part 141 Flight Schools, and Aircraft Sales Manager for Frederick Aviation Inc. He has also held senior management positions in the automotive industry.

Harry has flown over 110 different type of aircraft including blimps, gliders, helicopters, ultra-lights. He has flown 2 different type of WWII bombers - the B17 and the B24. He has also flown numerous other WWII fighter and trainer aircraft. His flight time includes seaplanes, numerous different type of business jets and turboprops and more.


Harry holds an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate and is a Gold Seal Flight Instructor with Instrument Instructor and Multi-engine Instructor ratings. Harry has the distinction of being the only instructor (out of approximately 84,000) to have ever held three Master titles from Master Instructors LLC, an FAA recognized accredited program: Master CFI, Master Ground Instructor, and Master Aerobatic Instructor. Harry has received dozens of aviation industry awards including several from the Federal Aviation Administration. He has also received numerous awards in the automotive industry.

Harry has published over 90 papers in over a dozen different aviation publications including: FAA Aviation News, Aviation Maintenance, Avionics Magazine, and IFR Refresher. Harry has served as a contributing editor for several aviation publications. Harry was also a research consultant for Gleim Publications. Harry served as an Aviation Safety Counselor for the Baltimore FSDO for over 15 years and served as an EAA Flight Advisor for the Experimental Aircraft Association.

Pictured here are a few of the warbirds, rare motorcycles, and other vehicles that Harry has appraised.



Detailed Information
Detailed Description
Welcome to the Flymall appraisal form page. Use these forms to facilitate your appraisal. An appraisal will usually take 2 or 3 days once we receive all required information.
Location
Flymall, Maryland
Today in Aviation History
May 25, 1927: Lt. James A. Doolittle files the first outside loop in a Curtiss P-1-B pursuit plane at McCook Field. Starting at an altitude of 8000 ft Doolittle pointed the nose of the a/c down and describes a circle of 2000 ft diameter, leveling out at his original altitude. At the bottom of the circle, flying inverted, it is estimated that his a/c was traveling at 280 mph. The outside loop had not been previously attempted because of fear that the a/c would disintegrate. [Note: French pilot Pegoud is purported to have performed outside loops prior to this date.]