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My insurance renewal has just arrived, and with increasing values, I think it is time to seek an agreed valuation. Any idea's? Have got agreed valuation on my 75 by submitting photo's but not sure if it has to be verified if over a certain figure?
The car is No85 registered Jan 2002. Mileage is just under 51K. Had a respray by previous owner and is in very good condition inside and out. Has Ragazon centre pipe and Koni shocks as the only non standard items. Engine covers have been resprayed.

I know of similar car which has won a concours and I think mine is not much below that standard! Have also heard of actual offers up to £20K :big laugh: if an absolute minter?

Any thoughts, I would have thought £7/£9K but I think the market has gone up since then?

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To get a top value, you'd need an AROC valuation / documentation to be submitted to the insurer.

Have a look on their website, as I'm sure this service is available??

Otherwise, you need to issue x6 decent photos for the insurer to value your car.

£10k+ based on your description should be possible.
 

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Thanks for replies, looks like I should set the value at £12K to be on the safe side. Will give my existing insurer a call and if not helpful will be giving Adrian Flux a call. Strangely, my 75 is on agreed value with them at the moment.

Thanks all :thumbup:
 

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Whatever you do I would avoid A Flux like the plague; they messed me around horribly by agreeing a valuation over the phone then refusing to honour it later - after I had paid.
Then the usual attempt at ripping me off a year later on the renewal...
I can recommend NeedToInsure based in Mansfield, all they need for any agreed valuation you need is a note from your Alfa specialist
 

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Agreed Value update: Just to update you I was successful in getting an agreed value of £12K on my cup with existing insurers. (ERS through Chris Knott) Fee for this was £38. Six photos and agreed value form sent off and agreed two days later. :thumb:

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It's a good idea to get agreed value on some cars; but I had quite a lot of trouble getting an agreed value on a Y plate V6 Spider; the usual insurers weren't interested and wouldn't quote for fixed milage and agreed value. In the end I had to use a classic policy with 5000 miles and an agreed value which is £8K.
 

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Agreed Value update: Just to update you I was successful in getting an agreed value of £12K on my cup with existing insurers. (ERS through Chris Knott) Fee for this was £38. Six photos and agreed value form sent off and agreed two days later. :thumb:

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is it limited mileage and how much did you pay (pm if you want) mine is due next month so looking for a similar deal.
 

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No mention on limiting mileage although I don't do a lot. Premium including agreed fee £365. Have been with Chris Knott for some time but do also use Adrian Flux on my 75 (which has agreed value of £4K) Cars are garaged,

Hope that helps

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