• Report: #259214

Complaint Review: Classic Muscle SS Company - Mike Nezer - Muscle Car Franchise

  • Submitted: Fri, July 06, 2007
  • Updated: Mon, August 16, 2010

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Classic Muscle SS Company - Mike Nezer - Muscle Car Franchise
2328 Jamie Court Nashville, North Carolina U.S.A.

Classic Muscle SS Company - Mike Nezer - Muscle Car Franchise Convicted Felon Mike Nezer Has Moved On To His Next Scam ripoff Classic Muscle Car Dealership Franchises Nashville Tennessee

*Author of original report: "These are the facts" Well, not quite so much

*Author of original report: Christopher Michael Nezer; Federal Inmate Number 18475-075

*Author of original report: Christopher Michael NEZER - Stencilco - Classic Muscle

*Author of original report: Mike, Mike, Mike

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Lies told about Classic Muscle- Mike Nezer

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CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL NEZER, AKA: MIKE NEZER, has moved on to his next major scam. After bankrupting STENCILCO and Classic Muscle Restorations & Salvage Company, Inc. Nezer is at it again.

Nezers newest scam is CLASSIC MUSCLE SS COMPANY, INC., which he is believed to be operating out of his girlfriend Faythe Morriss house at 2328 Jamie Court, Murfreesboro, TN 37130.

Nezer pitches CLASSIC MUSCLE SS COMPANY, INC. in a 5/29/07 press release as follows (and I quote):

Founder of Classic Muscle Restoration and Salvage Co, Inc. After 30 years in the Industry, building cars for famous people, museums, shows, investors and collectors. We have realized there was a niche that was not developed for the completion of the Industry.

#1. Huge market for building Dream Cars for Individuals. dream car:
(always wanted ? yr/make/model/color/engine size and interior)

#2. If I invest in this car can/will I make a profit.
answer:yes! (with Classic Muscle cars)

So, I am developing a Classic Muscle Franchise concept so anybody can walk in a order their Dream Car!

The following information will explain:
Theirs Car shops ( to small) and theirs new and used car dealerships. (industry down) Their isn't an all in One Classic Muscle Dealerships available. Imagine walking into a Car dealership where you can see finished Show Cars (classic, muscle, lowrider, fast and furious, sedans, 4x4's and suv's);(68 Caramo, 57 Chevy belair, 78 Trans-Am, 70 GTO Judge, 67 Elanor fastback GT500 Mustang, 69 Oldsmobile 422 Conv and too many to list) available for purchase, with financing , insurance, tags and warrantees. Yes! WARRANTEES; 5yrs paint & body, 3yrs engine and 2yrs interior. The first Classic Muscle Franchise to open in closed down car dealerships. (they have millions invested in them)

Also when you come in and its the wrong color paint, size engine, interior color and/or even year/make/model we can write the contract to build your Year/Make/Model/Color and Engine you want. Delievered right to the dealership in 120 days. These are brand new; DOT upgrade; Cars to spec.

Classic Muscle Industry is the best return on anybodies money.

Finance Companies, Auctions and Designers are spending money on these type of cars. Problem is: not enough qualified builders and no dealerships to go to.
Looking to open just one dealership, rest is history.
I 've been in the Industry, building cars with the best, everybody wants a Classic Muscle Car, great investment.
Mike Nezer
Do not call my shop.
Please contact me @ 615-299-0115 directly

News flash: nego deal with Dynacorn; brandnew 67 Fastback Mustang bodies, complete. part no.# MS67FB also 67, 68 and 69 Caramo bodies complete and Truck bodies complete. There is no need for donor cars anymore. We can built to suit and in half the time.

If you need any info please contact Mike Nezer/founder directly.

Note the date of the press release, 5/29/07. Classic Muscle Restoration & Salvage Company, Inc. declared bankruptcy on 5/23/07. Nezer had obviously been planning his next scam long before the Classic Muscle house of cards fell. And is it any wonder he states emphatically Do not call my shop. His shop was bankrupt and was locked down by the U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee.

Nezer learns from his mistakes. Nezer failed to incorporate in his STENCILCO scam and it caused him significant problems when he ran the business into bankruptcy. He wisely hired an exceptional bankruptcy attorney who used the bankruptcy statutes to Nezers favor and he was able to extricate himself from personal liability. In the Classic Muscle case he was sure to incorporate AND to insure he did not hold a majority interest in the corporation. He has already incorporated CLASSIC MUSCLE SS COMPANY, INC. and can be expected to continue to use the Federal bankruptcy laws to his advantage.

For his newest scam Nezer will be looking for an unsophisticated investor with capitol to back CLASSIC MUSCLE SS COMPANY, INC. He may already have found one. This investor will be asked to front a significant amount of money, upwards of $250,000. In return Nezer will give the investor at least a 50% interest in the corporation. This would be contingent on Nezer having absolute control over the day to day operations of the corporation. The investor would be awarded the title of President and commonly referred to as the silent partner.

Nezer will never agree to accept a 50% or higher interest in the corporation because when it does go into bankruptcy he would be listed as a Debtor by the Bankruptcy Trustee. As a Debtor he could be held personally accountable for the operation of the corporation and for accounting of the operations income.

Nezer will also be looking for a closed auto dealership or similar facility in the Nashville, TN area in which to set up his dealership showroom and shop. His past history indicates that he may lease the facility for one year, fail to make the monthly payments and either move voluntarily or be evicted. He then may move the business on to the next unsuspecting landlord and location.

If you are approached by NEZER, or anyone working for him, to work as a salesperson, an employee or an independent contractor you can expect to be offered wages and/or a salary far higher than what is normal, reasonable and customary. For salespersons he will promise commissions far out of line with the industry norm. He generally leaves his salespersons, employees and independent contractors owing them money just like his creditors. In the past he has offered housing for prospective employees if they would move to Nashville to work for him. Nezer is capable of fabricating any story that meets his needs at the moment.

If you are approached by Nezer, or anyone working for him, to be a vendor or supplier to CLASSIC MUSCLE SS COMPANY, INC you should be aware that their at least 20 pending civil suits against Classic Muscle Restoration & Salvage Company, Inc. and a long list of vendors that have not been paid and are on the bankruptcy creditors list. Those vendors who are familiar with Nezers reputation will do business with him on a cash up front basis.

Law enforcement authorities are aware of Mr. Nezer and his activities. There is extensive information concerning Mr. Nezer and his scams available for public examination. They can be found here in RipOff Reports, in the bankruptcy files of the Middle District of Tennessee, Nashville, TN, in the criminal history records of Tennessee and Florida, the website INTELLIUS, the three credit bureaus, the Better Business Bureau, Davidson County Circuit Court, Davidson County General Sessions Court, and elsewhere.

If you are lucky enough to cross paths with this post BEFORE you give any money to Mr. Nezer congratulations. You have certainly just saved yourself from losing that amount of money. If you have already been scammed and given Mr. Nezer money ask for the money back. You will find that he wont give it back.

At that point you should contact law enforcement: the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department, the District Attorneys Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Attorneys Office, all located in Nashville. Each of these agencies are quite familiar with Mr. Nezer and your information may be of importance to them.

Next, depending upon how much money you have lost you should consider consulting an attorney.

Good Luck.


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#1 Author of original report

"These are the facts" Well, not quite so much

AUTHOR: David - ()


"These are the facts."

Well, not quite Mike. I was entertained by your rebuttal in 2010. Like I’ve always said Mike, you’re a good con-artist, not a great one mind you, just good. Since you’ve been incarcerated I felt no need to respond to your rebuttal. But now that you may be released on parole in Kentucky I think the time has come to correct a few of your facts.

Stencilco, Inc.  The FBI in Nashville, TN conducted the investigation involving you and Stencilco, Inc. they discovered no evidence that your so-called “process” worked and your victims were more than happy to voluntarily cooperate with the FBI. The FBI investigation was conducted in a very timely manner and filed with the United States Attorney’s Office in Nashville.  Unfortunately, an administrative error resulted in the case “falling through the cracks.” Fortunately, I found it and brought it to the attention of the FBI and USA’s Office.  You’re correct though, the Statute of Limitations had run on all the counts except four. With my input they decided to “burn the midnight oil” to return an indictment in the days before the statute expired on the remaining counts.  And so they did two counts of mail fraud and two counts of wire fraud. And you pleaded guilty to all four counts. Just think, you were literally only days from being off the hook for Stencilco, Inc.  Such bad luck don’t you think?  Actually I have never run across the federal crime of “misrepresentation.”  Anyway, the Judge sentenced you to 51 months incarceration which you served in Florida. I objected to that but you know…you can’t win them all.  Strangely there is no record anywhere of your having made any restitution to any of Stencilco, Inc. victims.

Classic Muscle Restorations & Salvage, Inc.  I can’t say that you didn’t learn your lesson about bankruptcy when you filed for corporate bankruptcy in the Stencilco, Inc.  case. The bankruptcy court saw through your sham filing and forced you into personal bankruptcy.  So along comes Tom Williams your former parole officer.  You incorporated Classic Muscle showing Williams as the 51% owner. You knew that when Classic Muscle went into bankruptcy that Williams would be on the hook with creditors. You had no exposure whatsoever.   And that is exactly what happened. You’re also correct that he had nothing to do with running the business. You absolutely forbade him from having anything to do with the day-to-day operation of Classic Muscle. When asked under oath were the Classic Muscle operating funds went he very clearly and on the record answered that “Nezer took it.” Oh, that’s right, you heard him because you were there. Williams was stupid, but not criminal. Believe me if I had evidence that Williams had criminal culpability I would have turned my attention to him as well.  By the way, those were felony convictions in the cases of gambling, etc. in Florida and Tennessee. Sounds pretty serious to me. Disrespecting your Classic Muscle employees is just plain unconscionable. Those employees worked tirelessly and for the most part never got paid for their efforts. Most of them were gullible young people that were taken in by your lies.  Their only mistake was giving credence to you threats and intimidation. Organized crime connections indeed. Shame on you. Oh, other than the Tucker you completed restoration work on only one, that’s one, other vehicle. And your other Classic Muscle operations in Greenbrier and Springfield, TN--- complaints were legion. You were running the same old scam 30 miles away and hoping no one would notice.  I must comment on Kari Hill.  Kari and her husband, on active duty with the military, lost a great deal of money thanks to you. Not many people would take advantage of a military family, particularly when he was deployed. In any event, Kari is a truthful and respectable person who just didn’t want to just sit aside while you stole people’s money.  Good for Kari! You really should have chosen your victims with a little more discretion.

Let’s turn to my vehicle. It was a Dodge Challenger by the way, not a “Cuda.”  You don’t have any pictures or documentation of the work done on my car. Because there are none. You kept almost no records at Classic Muscle and certainly none to account for the $1.2 million you took in from victims.  I still have the Challenger and it is exactly the same as when I picked it up from a bankrupt Classic Muscle. So I know exactly how little work you did. Neither I, nor my son, signed off on any of the alleged work done on the car.  And my son only visited once and he reported back to me that I should be very concerned because nothing was being done on the car. The only contact with Classic Muscle occurred when Wipperman was hitting me up for more money.  I was stonewalled by you and Wipperman at every turn. There is no evidence at all that Williams took my $10,000 in parts and I recovered some, but not all, of the parts from people who “mistakenly” took them.

Have people threatened you? That’s not really such a surprise given how much money you swindled from over 60 innocent people. But, on the record I strongly object to anyone threatening you and I would be the first to tell them so.  I would advise them simply to keep close track of you and report any suspicious activity to the appropriate law enforcement authorities. A completely lawful and laudable activity I should think. I encourage anyone who reads this Ripoff Reports entry to do the same. Seriously, we all know that once you are released you only know one way to make money.  

Finally, I object to being called an “X-FBI agent.”  I’m a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent. And I always tell the truth – it goes with the territory. You really should have paid closer attention to what I told you when I dropped off my car. I don’t know if you’ll ever read this but I’m counting on the fact that your future victims will.  In any case I look forward to our next meeting after your release from jail in Kentucky.


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Christopher Michael Nezer; Federal Inmate Number 18475-075

AUTHOR: David - (U.S.A.)

Christopher Michael Nezer can now be found at the Federal Prison Camp, Pensacola, Florida for the next four years.  His Federal Inmate Number is 18475-075.  Don't hesitate to send Mike a letter or whatever.  Let him know how happy we are that he is there. 


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Christopher Michael NEZER - Stencilco - Classic Muscle

AUTHOR: David - (U.S.A.)

 Nezer was sentenced today in the Stencilco criminal case.  Mikey was sentenced to the following:

1. 51 months Incarceration

2. 3 years Supervised Release

3. $200.00 Special Assessment Fee

4. $183,214.00 Restitution

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Mike, Mike, Mike

AUTHOR: David - (U.S.A.)

Mike, Mike, Mike. Its good to hear from you. But I would have thought you would be keeping a low profile given that you are out on bond and your latest scheduled Federal sentencing hearing is set for 7/21/10. I have to give it to you. Your manipulation of the justice system is impressive. The good news, at least for your victims, is that you will ultimately be sentenced. To Federal prison this time. Imagine that, indicted just before the statute of limitations ran out for Stencilco. I cant imagine what or who could have resurrected the ancient Stencilco prosecution at such a late date. I can give you a hint though; you really, really dont want to spin people back up again. And seriously, not a smart move to accuse 24 year veteran of the FBI of lying. Your background has just too many interesting areas worthy of further investigation. Stencilco. Im sorry; your explanation is a little fuzzy to me. It appears you are maintaining your innocence and blaming the victims. Is that about right? Well lets just look at the results. You pleaded guilty to two Federal 5 year felony fraud counts. A 10 year Federal prison exposure for misrepresentation? Not hardly. There was quite a bit more to it wasnt there. And I can only guess as to how much restitution you have made to the poor victims in the case. Heres a fact for the readers. For Immediate Release September 15, 2009 United States Attorney's Office Middle District of Tennessee Contact: (615) 736-5151 Nashville Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Wire Fraud Charges NASHVILLE, TNSeptember 15, 2009 - Edward M. Yarbrough, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, announced that Christopher Michael Nezer, 50, of Nashville, pleaded guilty on September 11, 2009, to two counts of wire fraud in federal court. Appearing before Chief U.S. District Judge Todd Campbell, Nezer admitted that between February 1999 and December 2002, he controlled and operated a business in the Nashville area called Stencilco, which purportedly made and sold stenciling products and services. Nezer acknowledged that during that time frame, he fraudulently obtained more than $200,000 from investors who were located at various points throughout the United States, inducing payment by making false representations regarding the level of his formal education; his prior and existing contractual and business relationships and affiliations with well known corporations such as Kodak and Disney; the net worth, age, size, control and managerial structure of Stencilco; the income that he, Stencilco and other salesmen working for Stencilco were generating; the existence of a company guarantee regarding particular income levels for salesmen/investors; and the ready availability of the stenciling product which Stencilco purportedly manufactured, for purposes of sale by investors. Stencilco closed its doors in late 2002. Federal law enforcement authorities are well aware that completely legitimate business ventures can always fail, and fully informed investors assume a certain amount of risk that they will lose their money said U.S. Attorney Edward Yarbrough. However, when, as in this case, someone acquires investment money by lying or misrepresenting significant facts about a business venture, they are committing fraud. It is criminal to obtain investment money dishonestly, even if the person obtaining the money believes the business will succeed and they will eventually turn a profit for the investor. Nezer, who is in custody, faces up to 40 years of imprisonment on the charges. Sentencing is scheduled for November 20, 2009. The case was investigated by the Nashville office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Assistant U.S. Attorney Hilliard Hester represented the United States. And Classic Muscle #1, my personal favorite. Lets see, you entered into a business agreement with your Probation Officer Tom Williams (51% ownership to Tom smart, very smart). Come to think of it he was listed in the incorporation paperwork as President from the inception of the corporation. Your relationship with Tom violated the look right rule among other things and I just cant imagine what Tom was thinking. You pleaded guilty in Florida to a state felony. Hardly a charge one might expect for simply playing poker with friends in a hotel room. Dont you agree? You werent taken from Classic Muscle on 3/8/07. You were arrested for jumping your Florida probation and extradited back to Florida where you spent a considerable amount of time in the custody of the state. You know your rendition of what happened at Classic Muscle is a fairy tale. Of course, I and others would be more than happy to see any evidence of wrongdoing by Tom Williams that you might have. You should be more careful who you criticize. Bankruptcy Trustee Susan Limor and attorney Joe Rusnack are honorable people and likely kept you from having further problems in the bankruptcy and with law enforcement. On to the New Classic Muscle. You failed to mention that Channel 5 did a follow-up to its Tucker broadcast. Of course the Tucker didnt ever go to the Smithsonian. They portrayed Classic Muscle #1 for what it really was, a scam. In fact, you were so ticked off that you threw the Channel 5 news team off the Classic Muscle #2 property when they tried to interview you. And such ugly threats to the team, you should be ashamed. Anyway, so you go into business with Tesha Nicholson, a sterling character whose only apparent claim to fame was selling counterfeit designer goods, Gucchi bags, etc., on the internet. Things were going ok for you, that is, until Kentucky authorities came looking for you for passing a really large bad check. A $38,000 invoice indeed. Good grief, next thing you know you are sitting in a Kentucky jail cellfor months. In the interim Tesha, ever resourceful, took over the corporation and worked diligently to make the best of your absence. As for my Cuda, in real life it was a Challenger. Actually, you never provided me with a single photograph or document related to the Challengers progress despite repeated requests. What I rescued from your shop after a year was a shell with a few poorly completed sheet metal repairs. And Im sure it will please you no end that it only cost another $58,000 to complete the Challenger. Oh, and there is the matter of the $10,000 in parts for the Challenger that I left in your personal care they just disappeared. As I look at it I now own a $130,000 Dodge Challenger. All thanks to you. Takes your breath away doesnt it Mike. As far as my internet postings about Classic Muscle #1, every single report I made is true and accurate in every sense. And as you might have guessed I have years of experience investigating and reporting on criminals. To sum up remember what I told you years ago. I will be living in your back pocket forever. When you cross the line you someone from local, state and Federal law enforcement will be there. And with your history of being a three time loser and a talented if not too bright conman I know that it will just be a matter of time. But Im patient, very patient. I cant tell you how much I look forward to seeing you at your sentencing in Federal Court. I can only hope that it will not be continuedagain. Regards, Dave

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Lies told about Classic Muscle- Mike Nezer

AUTHOR: Classicmuscle - (U.S.A.)

Let's set the record straight, now that Law Suits have been filed.

1. Stencilco/Last-A-Film (Stencil) Developed by Mike Nezer and Invented the First   Re-usable Stencil process which was investigated by the FBI. Almost 7 years of investigating and 6 days short of the deadline. Even though the product and process works, still to today, the investigators on the Case has never found anybody that can copy, make, complete and/or do the same process. So, Mr Nezer has plead guilty to a charge of mispresentation. An Investor assumed and stated that Mr Nezer said he had a higher education then proven. Even though the product works, emails to all his investors show that the FBI contacted them directly and said everything was a scam and the product and process didn't work. Every Investor and employee had reviewed and Trained to produce results with that product and process. Mr Nezer has agreed to return all funds make to his investors.

2. Classic Muscle Restoration and Salvage Company Inc, started by Mike Nezer, with experience in the Van Conversion and Muscle Car restoration business in San Diego CA and Orlando Fla, started teh name Classic Muscle in 1984. Which is now Trademarked.
Mike Nezer had a partner, Tom Williams also known as his PO- Probation Officer, on probation for operating a Gambling House; playing Texas Hold'em in a hotel room with other guys. Tom Williams never worked, restored or even recieved pay for being a partner. Tom Williams never provided signed contracts nor controlled any stock of this Incorporated Company. As his PO, Mr Nezer completed everything that was required by law and probation. As of March 8 2007, Mr Nezer was taken from TN to Fl for not completeing his probation. Tom Williams, Matt Culter, Jeff Whipperman, Missy Hollifield and some others, took over Classic Muscle operations. Customers like David Crane-(X-FBI agent that has not told the truth), James and Kari Hill-(filed wrong info on the net), Vernon Winfrey, Oprahs Father-(I spoke with after Fla case, very nice man) and some others that have complained. Understandably so, I would be pissed also if someone didn't complete my Restoration project.
That's why from March 8, 2007 to May 21, 2007 and filed as president and also as of May 23, 2007 two days later, filed Classic Muscle R&S Co, Inc for Bankrupcty. Tom Williams, Matt Culter, Jeff Whipperman, Missy Hollifield operated Classic Muscle into the Ground. Didn't have any problems with customers vehicles, always made sure the restoration work was done correctly, we were even featured by Channel 5 News for restoring the 48' Tucker owned by Dean Kruse and once by George Lucas, movie producer here in TN. Even some of our contractors, employees, staff and even Tom didn't agree with the process; thats all they wanted to do is collect money and hurry up with poor restoration work. That is the reason for FIRING and not paying these guys that did very bad work. Every job that was completed and delivered to the customers, loved the Restoration Work. Never had a complaint about the quality of the work. Once Mike was gone after March 8 2007, then everything hit the fan. Tom Williams and his attorney - Joseph Rusnak of Tune Entrekin & White PC (CM's attorney to start with) - instructed staff to call customers and come get there uncompleted vehicles and keep taking money from people like Vernon Winfrey - (73' Mustang Interior job) on a Friday and by that next Tuesday, Tom Williams and Joe Rusnak (attorney) bankrupt Classic Muscle. From March 8th to May 23rd of 2007, Tom, Matt and Jeff which was signed on to the Bank Account at U.S. Bank, has reported a withdrawal of over $126,000.00. All the assets of Classic Muscle, Cars, Parts, Collectables, Tools and private collections were taken, missing, removed and sold prior to Tom Williams filing on May 23, 2007. Remember Tom was only President two days prior. Mike Nezer and others were instructed he no longer owned Classic Muscle and was also told by Bankrupcty trustee Attorney - Susan Limor there was no reason for Tom to file and I quote"would return the company back to Mike Nezer". By then Tom had taken the Bank Accounts, money, cars, assets and even sold items just before the Bankruptcy filing. Even after all that, Mike Nezer was contracted by customers from the old Classic Muscle to open a New Shop. Completed each restoration job by him self. Within 07' and 08' and three more shops, Mike Nezer had no problems with any vehicles.  

3. Classic Muscle - Greenbrier TN and Springfield TN. Opened three shops in 07' & 08' did many vehicles from the old Classic Muscle, even had previous contractors and employees come back to work. We had no problems till Kari Hill called a harrassed everybody in the office. Mike tried to work something out, she has been very hard to deal with from the start. Her beef should have been with Tom and his people, not Mike. We had no problem correcting any mistakes made, even completeing the restoration on the vehicles. There was no negoitations with Mrs Hill, it was her way or nothing. We were advised by legal counsel, there was nothing we could do for James or Kari Hill. 
As for David Crane -(xFBI agent)  Wanted his Cuda restored into a Hemi Clone. We still have all the Pictures and documentation to confirmed what was completed on that vehicle. He has mislead people regarding this matter. Also statements made on the net, which is not true. Again each time a phase of his vehicle was completed, his son or him would come in and sign-off or inspect the progress. No problems with the restoration till after March 8, 2007 and Tom Williams. Mr Crane was contacted to come pick up his vehicle and were told by some contractors and employees that most of his parts and materials that were supplied by him was taken by Tom and his guys. We don't blame David Crane for being MAD, but all this took place because of Tom Williams and his guys.
For the record: Threatening statements have been made to Mike and others at Classic Muscle.

Classic Muscle in 08' had an issue with a Managing Partner by the name of Tesha Nicholson, and some Contractors. While Mike was in KY taking care of a 38,000. invoice and a court case;Tesha Nicholson, Dan Burdge and Dan Eller took position of all the assets of the company. A suit has been filed against most of the people involved in this case. Suit range from $14,000. to $252,000.

These are the facts.

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