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    1. #1
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      Value of 1985 cutlass

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      Good afternoon everyone,

      I’m not looking to sell my car, but with the market the way it is I wanted to get a realistic value so I can update my insurance.

      Car is a 1985 cutlass salon -Body has about 85k
      -LS3 w/ about 5k miles
      -K1 rods
      -wiseco pistons
      -cnc tsp ported heads
      -tsp cam kit
      -Holley terminator x max
      -upgraded TREMEC magnum
      -QuickTime bellhousing
      -quick performance 9”
      -PST driveshaft
      -McLeod rst clutch
      -aluminum radiator w/ abroad and 2x11” fans
      -dual gen 5 Camaro fuel pumps
      -vaporworx pump controller
      -tanks inc tank
      -stainless hardline 1/2” fuel lines


      -C6 front brakes
      -c4 rear brakes
      -umi tubular upper control are
      -umi lowering springs x4
      -tubular lower control arms
      -umi tubular rear trailing arms
      -rear upper shock brace
      -rear control arm braces
      -bilstein shocksx4
      -s10 spindles for hub type bearings
      -grand national steering box
      -17” American racing Ansen sprint wheels (slot mags)
      -new body bushings

      -Dakota digital gauges
      -new center console from 2012 camaro
      -new charcoal colored carpet
      -new headliner
      -vintage air gen iv magnum



      -car is painted 2010 Subaru charcoal grey


    2. #2
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      Tinley Park, IL
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      Nice ride, my first car was an 86 Cutlass. I wouldn't mind another G-Body someday...

      I'm not going to guess at it's value, but IMO that is NOT what you should insure it for. Insure it for the cost it would take you to replace it in the event of a total loss. My Olds is insured for more than I could probably sell it for, but Hagerty didn't seem to mind the last time I requested a value adjustment, and they simply adjusted my premium to the new agreed value.

      Nick ~
      1969 Cutlass

    3. #3
      Join Date
      Dec 2011
      Location
      new york
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      Quote Originally Posted by Mr Nick View Post
      Nice ride, my first car was an 86 Cutlass. I wouldn't mind another G-Body someday...

      I'm not going to guess at it's value, but IMO that is NOT what you should insure it for. Insure it for the cost it would take you to replace it in the event of a total loss. My Olds is insured for more than I could probably sell it for, but Hagerty didn't seem to mind the last time I requested a value adjustment, and they simply adjusted my premium to the new agreed value.

      Thank you! The price of the g body’s is starting to climb quickly, so now would be the time. That is extremely valid. I just increased the insurance a bit and am waiting for the approval.