GranTurismo S- Wanted

Scaf

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Sorry to see this, always sad to see a beautiful and cherished car being destroyed.
Let’s hope getting it sorted / insurance is painless.
A write off and replacement car might get you back in the drivers seat more quickly, but the numbers may not end up in your favour.
At least you are ok and no one was injured.
 

Tallman

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Very sorry to see this, you must be shocked….a quick calc says around 7-9k in parts alone, unless you go used and cut and weld, not sure what the rules in the UK are re this but in both cases (write off or cheap repair) you’ll be worse off unfortunately. Might be better to just bite the bullet now and look for a nice replacement. Hoping for the best though!
 

Tallman

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Probably around 25k if in good nick. Looks like one just sold with an asking price of 28k. Some others with a few more miles asking for 22-23k.
 

safrane

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WBAC would likely list that prior to the accident at c£19k, so I think there may be a period of negotiation on the horizon
 

bigbadwedge400

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I do love the highjack and sideways chats in this forum

Genuinely brilliant. Love how active this forum is!

So....boring....waiting....for....cars....to....hit....the... classifieds......!!!!
 

SE_123

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I do love the highjack and sideways chats in this forum

Genuinely brilliant. Love how active this forum is!

So....boring....waiting....for....cars....to....hit....the... classifieds......!!!!
This thread has moved on, you are not getting a GT now :offtopic:
 

Oneball

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You ever wonder why insurance premiums are so high? They’ll be charging that 911 at £1500-£2000 per week.