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Hi,

I know the insurance question's been done to death, but before I start calling round I may as well prepare meself.

I know Mr T does a sterling service valuing cars for insurance purposes.
But do do you really need an independent valuation to keep the insurers sweet?

Although if not, how do you put a value on ya ride anyway!?
I know what I'd put my car up for sale for though.

Also, do you still need an 'engineers report' ? (I seem to remember needing one a very loonnnnnnng time ago with Osbornes IIM).
And where do you get em?


cheers
KJ
 

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Likewise with Footman & James for under 15K,letter on headed notepaper from any specialist garage/restorers/hot rod shop etc.VERY helpfull,and pay out with zero hassle,in my experience
Paul
 

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Classicline also do there own valuations based on several pics and a spec sheet , they call you up and agree it over the phone then send you a valuation certificate which they stand by for 2 years , i did have to haggle abit but got the valuation in the end , Its the same company the NSRA use but its not through there hotrod scheme.......
 

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Classicline also do there own valuations based on several pics and a spec sheet , they call you up and agree it over the phone then send you a valuation certificate which they stand by for 2 years , i did have to haggle abit but got the valuation in the end , Its the same company the NSRA use but its not through there hotrod scheme.......
I second that, that just what I've done with my daily which is a classic (but not 'rodded) as I wanted and agreed value.

Classicline were really helpful and Darren there had a really good knowledge of the cars value. I can also up the valuation if I get an engineers report to back it up.

I've got a few cars with Classicline now including the 'rod. Great service every time.

If you're an NSRA member though you may as well use Maurice for the valuation as it's part of the membership perks. :D
 

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I can do valuations for other schemes as well if you need one, same basis as the NSRA one but I do charge for them. I can also do engineers reports but only in my local area as I do need to actually see the vehicle!!!:bigsmile:
 

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I am a member of the NSRA and have been for 25 plus years but as its not in there Hotrod criteria i did it as not being part of a club policy as its my Cossie turbo'd MK2 Escort van.....and thats right about putting the value up if i feel its undervalued so seems a fair policy.....
If you're an NSRA member though you may as well use Maurice for the valuation as it's part of the membership perks. :D
 
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