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2016/08/01 17:27:42 (permalink)

David Bladon
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    colin129
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/02 13:38:40 (permalink)
    I had a go on that, seemed quite ambitious, but having looked at the latest edition of 911 & Porsche World (or was it another Porsche title, I can't remember), they are suggesting that prices have indeed moved upwards for 964s again.

    Colin
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    Dekker
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/02 16:34:34 (permalink)
    Whatever price you put, unless they are queuing to buy, you're going to get knocked down, so always start high and  haggle away.
    All prices are a guess.

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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/03 13:42:26 (permalink)
    It's more for insurance purposes than anything, replacement cost.
     
    I always put my car between Fair & Good, I describe it as a slightly scabby 964    , although I'm not really sure how it compares to others.  I guess when you clean/polish a car, you see all sorts of scratches and chips that you wouldn't necessarily see otherwise.
     
    I ask JZM to type me up a valuation each year when I go for service (due at the weekend), but they are not really set up to value "slightly scabby" 964s.  Last year I ended up having an argument when they valued it way below what it would cost to replace on the basis that "it needs a windows out repaint, an engine rebuild, and interior retrim" none of which it requires.
     
    The reality is I keep up with the bodywork as and when required, the engine is as fit as a fiddle, it pulls like a train the, odd tiny bit of oil seepage is not worth dismantling the whole thing to sort out.  I wouldn't mind getting the seats reconnollised, tbf, and some new carpets wouldn't go amiss, but everything works.
     
    Very difficult to put an insurance valuation on it, I raised it quite a bit last year and I think it might need the same again uplift this year.

    Colin
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    BMW 318D - slow, slow, slow coach. Most disappointing car I have ever owned.
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/03 22:36:28 (permalink)
    Wouldn't the "#4 Fair" give a reasonable valuation? or somewhere between Fair and Good?

    David Bladon
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/04 13:35:10 (permalink)
    Dekker
    Wouldn't the "#4 Fair" give a reasonable valuation? or somewhere between Fair and Good?




    I think that's where mine lies, but, is it really worth that much?  It's bit scary  

    Colin
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    BMW 318D - slow, slow, slow coach. Most disappointing car I have ever owned.
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/04 14:03:45 (permalink)
    How much you would have to pay to replace it, that's what you should focus on.

    David Bladon
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    colin129
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/05 13:06:20 (permalink)
    In other news, a 205 GTI sold at Silverstone Auctions for £31K.
     
    Makes the 964 still look cheap  

    Colin
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2016/08/06 07:59:32 (permalink)
    Look at the MK2 escort prices especially the Rs 1800
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    Re: Valuation Tool 2017/07/12 13:39:26 (permalink)
    It's that time of year again when I take my car in for service, booked in for next month.  I have asked them the past few years to do me a valuation for my insurance.  A run through the Hagerty tool suggests another 15%+ jump in value.
     
    Make sure you keep your agreed value up to date guys.

    Colin
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