JimE wrote:If this car actually sells for ?83,500 could someone post on this forum. I have a 19,000 miles totally original 73 Sprint, unlike the one being advertised which has a new paint job, replacement chassis and was in an accident. Me thinks I may need to revisit my evaluation. Jim
You certainly need insurance that has an agreed value and retention of salvage without deduction clause.
Talk to Alan Morgan at Club Lotus or Paul Matty, both can provide you with a valuation certificate that will be accepted by the major classic insurers. Original is in fashion at the moment, as is good condition, history and provenance. Don't be underinsured and don't pay over the top.
Read my topic here free-parking-f45/retention-salvage-classic-car-insurance-t32201.html
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