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    Default Help with insurance valuation please

    My insurance is due for renewal in a few weeks time and ClassicLine require an updated valuation (currently 70k)

    Y1 remains in very good (if not concourse!) condition, just under 60k miles, FHSH....where do you think I should be pitching the new insurance valuation please?
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    My "gut" feel is that is should be between 95 and 120k - that is going by the cars that are being sold in UK and EU.
    https://www.autoscout24.com/lst/honda/nsx
    also Pistonheads search -

    These lists are of course "asking price" not necessarily what they sell for.

    Hope that helps
    Mike

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    Hi Mike. Many thanks for the guidance, very helpful and (gulp!) interesting.

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    Judging by the Pistonheads adverts, somewhere north of 100k

    sorry, didnt see the above response before replying
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZNick View Post
    Judging by the Pistonheads adverts, somewhere north of 100k

    sorry, didnt see the above response before replying
    Thanks Nick....no need to apologise, it is helpful that you came up with a similar figure to Nick independently.
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    Do you mean Mike? lol
    I’m over in the UK for the first time in 3+ years - needless to say i haven’t seen an NSX in the wild yet…
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    Hi Ian,

    I recently had a valuation done by Plans or NSXUK. It's 50 but well spent considering the values. They've shifted many cars so can at least say they're up to date with market values... I'd agree you're on a six figure number.

    Cheers,

    Gary

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    Hi Gary ...long time no....errr....well....anything really, which is a shame.

    Hope all is well with you and yours and thank you for the advice.

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    Just re-insured mine for 90 large - no wonder they didn't baulk at it!

    Oh well...
    Nick



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