88 5kq hit by kid backing out of driveway
cobram at juno.com
cobram at juno.com
Wed Aug 22 06:26:37 EDT 2007
"Britt Crowell" <Britt at BrittCrowell.com> writes:
> I've just recently got involved in a INS suit with my Ninja.
> Its a '93 but can be easily confused with a '03 ( first of the true
> modern street bike styles)
It's evident you've never done this. I have, not for myself, but a
stubborn meathead relative. Took 4 years and a lot of patience
(courthouse is 2 blocks from my house.) It's a fools errand, you won't
even see a judge most of the time, the magistrate or an arbitrator will
review it first, other party doesn't show, YOU have to hire a constable
to serve them, and it goes on, and on, and on. I emailed a few of the
details to the original poster. And even IF you get a judgement,
collecting starts a whole new process. It's a lot of BS for what amounts
to chump change considering what you have to go through.
> Now lets think about my '88 5000CS TQ I still have
> Next year its considered a classic.
> In 6 years its considered a antique car.
> What does that do to the value?
> 2K 4K 6K
HEY, Chris Semple, I want my 1984 5KS you hauled away for free back!!
Evidently it was worth a whole lotta money because it's OLD. Anything is
only worth as much as someone is willing to pay for it, the only reason
most of us are on this list is because Audi resale is abysmal, especially
so for the type 44's with the plethora of "quirks" they have. Having a
type 44 totalled by the insurance company is the closest we'll ever get
to actually receiving book value for the car.
> Over 5k, not so good of a path. Less than 5k = good path to peruse.
Reserve judgement on whether it's a good path or not till you've done it.
I live on a one-way street that's also a dead end. I'm not sure how I got
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