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Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2008 01:47 am Post Subject:
Sure it would add value to the vehicle. How much... I doubt anyone expect someone who has suffered the same type of loss would know.
What I _can_ tell you is that I'd hate to be the adjuster handling that claim!
Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:27 am Post Subject:
Due to the fact that it was a specialty vehicle it is taking a little longerUnderstatement number 1---
What I _can_ tell you is that I'd hate to be the adjuster handling that claim!Understatement number 2!
It will take them quite a while to figure this out and surely you understand this because you can't even tell them the value.....try to be patient...they have you in a rental car right?
You might try and get a hold of someone at GM to see if they can help you at all in getting a determination of the value....sorry we couldn't be of any more assistance, as you are finding out it's a unique vehicle.
Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2008 09:41 pm Post Subject:
Not one to add a url fuel to the fire, but I found online some retail price quotes for the Monte Carlo. Might not be as valuable as you think:
Asking for $16,400 retail with 52,000 miles. Hopefully this link will survive lakemen's vision!
Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:44 am Post Subject:
Thank Ins teacher...I should've ask the question if it was 'truly' a pace car, or the many that they stamped and sold as a 'pace car package'.
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