Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 19:41:39 -0800
Reply-To: Matt Drew <t3vanagon@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Matt Drew <t3vanagon@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Declared Value Insurance?
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Keep in mind that some insurance companies won't go this route until
it's old enough to be considered a "classic".
Such is the case with me and Blackbeard.
Other ways to go, but this is definitely the easiest - and cheapest.
Drew, las vegas
On 1/12/09, John Lauterbach <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have it on my '84 7-passenger. I got the declared value insurance
> after I had put in new long block and had the exterior completely
> restored. I had to have van appraised ($75 cash) by "expert"
> recommended by my local insurance agent. Policy is with company that
> has all my car insurance business as well as my home insurance.
> Your friendly local independent insurance agent should be able to give
> you the details.
> On Mon, 2009-01-12 at 18:35 -0800, Al Knoll wrote:
>> I recall a threadette on the subject. I flailed the archives for details
>> without definitive results. So what was the group wisdom regarding
>> providers of said insurance, names and rates or at least names would be
>> appreciated. With my diva now into the autumn of her years, replacement
>> would be virtually impossible at the 'going' stated values in KBB and
>> What have those who have gone before down this road found?
>> Pensioner AKA Cane Rattler
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