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Most recently answered valuation questions
What can I do if I don't agree with my insurer's write-off valuation?
I'm busy with a full on restoration on a 1927 Fiat 509 Spider cabriolet. How many 509 Spider cabriolet were produced in their day? I've noticed that there's not a lot of these cars around anymore. What...
Do you know the value of my Volvo 740 GLE Auto? It's done 46,000 miles and was registered on 1 January 1988.
I was rear ended yesterday in my 2002 Mazda MX-5. It's in excellent condition. As the boot floor has been pushed up, I fear it will be written off. It has the optional hard top. What do you think I should...
I have a 1982 Austin Mini HL, X reg, that's done 23,000 miles on it and has been in storage since 2004. It is perfect condition, just a bit dusty. Only one owner before me. It does need a very mild restore...
What's my Jaguar XJ40, K reg, worth?
My insurance company have said my car is total loss. I put in an estimated value of £700, which is what they say it's worth (minus my excess). Do they only pay out what my estimated value was? How do I...
I own a 1989 Fiat X19 in very good condition. Known as' limited edition'. Could you give me an idea of value?
I bought a 2003 BMW 540i Touring M-Sport in February 2017 from a dealer for £6900. It is a rare model and very high spec. I insured with Admiral fully comp. April 15th 2017, I pranged the front end of...
I have a 1986 Audi Quattro Coupe (non turbo). Owned from new with 45,000 miles, FSH and is in new condition. All original except the exhaust. I would appreciate an estimate of the current value.
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