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Southy

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About Southy

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    Kidderminster
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    Porsche, Motor Sport and anything to do with Porsche and Motorsport, making silly videos, Gaming PS4/PC

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    2001 986 S Guards Red (Previous 924 Guards Red, loved that car)

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  1. Yeah it's Locktons, the policy has it limits for cover, i.e garaged, no commuting use etc, but it suits me, I can see why it doesn't for a lot of people. If I didn't have agreed value I'd probably be insured elsewhere.
  2. I must be one of the few people the PCGB policy works out for mine is garaged, agreed value is £8,500 which is a nice comfort this time of year, 5,000 mile limit, the policy is building up it's own NCB, got three lots of NCB and only two cars, good excuse for another car I guess, my premium was the same as last year, policy due again in December let's see what happens.
  3. Great video mate, really appreciate it, we should get this copied and pinned in the how to section, @Araf
  4. Can't fault Locktons, I had to use the breakdown service and it was great, very fast, I have agreed value with them as they accepted the PCGB valuation, track day cover for PCGB arranged events if I ever need it. and the price has stayed at £315 for the last two years.
  5. I've got full breakdown including homestart and full EU recovery with Locktons Insurance on the PCGB scheme, I've used the breakdown service once, absolutely perfect. broke down at a supermarket at 3pm on a Sunday, Phone the insurance hotline, truck was with me in 40 mins and I was delivered home 35 mins later.
  6. Try Locktons - best Porsche cover - they use to give you free first year to PCGB as well, think thats ended now though.
  7. I'm with Locktons, agreed value, Euro breakdown (I've even used it once) no extra for agreed value and it was from PCGB
  8. http://howtoporsche.com/ http://howtoporsche.com/porsche-maintenance-guides-by-model/
  9. thank you so much mate, I feel a little project coming on
  10. I use Locktons - they will pay for you to join PCGB and my premium is the same as last year £315 - http://locktonperformance.com/our-cover/porsche.html The key benefits of Porsche insurance through our PCGB Scheme policy are: A fast and fair claims service. You choose the repairer. No arguments about the value of your Porsche after a claim. You can keep the salvage if your Porsche is written-off. Five named drivers. You can use your Porsche for Track Days and Rallies. Your Porsche is insured for driving in the EU. Complete UK & EU breakdown cover. We'll look after everything if your keys are stolen.
  11. Unfortunately it's a bumper off job with mesh behind for you sw*nky facelift guys/girls
  12. Hello I am interested in the wheel spacers just thinking just about having one set for the rear as don't want to cause wheel wobble on the front have you any experience with this ?

    also I am running 19" carrera classic on my 987.

    1. Paul676

      Paul676

      Heres my number 07809209211. thanks Paul

  13. Insure the Porsche in your wifes name and insure one of the other cars separately without NCD, you may be able to get the NCD mirrored on the second car. No NCD on anything other the Porsche will be cheaper. I insure my car with Locktons they arrange insurance for PCGB and have a special scheme that doesn't use NCD at all, I would call them to discuss it. http://locktonperformance.com/our-cover/porsche.html
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