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    Tweaked 986s & 911SC 3.6 Hotrod

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  1. Insurance rising!

    If you really want a laugh try insuring... A modified 986S (admittedly fairly extensive) for SDP With Business Use - all passenger car types apart from Commercial Travelling and Hire & Reward. Plus an expected milage in excess of 12k/year. Then tell them it's parked on the street, in London. That it'll spend some of its time on dedicated, but road legal, track tyres/wheels. And that it'll be wandering round Europe for 3 or 4 weeks a year. At which point you'll hear some pretty brutal premiums, if they bother to quote. In the end I am OK with what it costs given the non-standard nature of the car and its use pattern - albeit I am not quite in the "Prime of life" just yet. A-Plan Thatcham have been great for the last few years, managing to find me underwriters who take an individual view of the risk.
  2. A Plan Insurance

    Have to say I am pleased with the service and policies I have with A Plan - both cars are heavily modified (engines, brakes, suspension and drive trains in each case) with both are covered for proper business use and daily driver mileages although the SC hasn't been used nearly enough in 2016. Have to say A Plan Thatcham seem to be one of the few who don't "sigh" we we start running through the mods. The SC was a bit of a challenge this year but the guys at AP Thatcham sorted it out for me and at a net lower price than the previous year.
  3. A plan insurance renewal

    Have used them for both the modified 986 and a far from standard SC with some unusual storage/usage patterns. 986 premium was a significant drop and they were the only people who didn't laugh or rub their hands with glee when chasing cover for the 911. My experience has been positive so far.
  4. Have to say that my experience with A Plan has been positive. Insured a well tweaked 986 and a very heavily modified 911SC (different engine - 50% more power - seriously updated brakes and suspension albeit Porsche parts) with some less than compromising requirements on my part and they pulled it off. Proper insurance, like for like on the 911 mods and high indicative mileage levels. Am happy with premiums especially as others just weren't interested.
  5. Some of you will be aware that my 986s isn't quite to factory spec anymore.... So called A-Plan as the renewal had rolled around again and dealt with Rob. Absolutely great service, called when he said he would and kept me in the loop as the underwriters considered the risk. Premium signicantly lower than last year via another provider with more cover. Asked them to quote for something else (four cars in two person household) which is heavily modified got another good quote but we stumbled over one aspect which Rob is going to try a fix via another A-Plan branch. Overall very pleased - hope I don't have to use it. A-Plan: highly recommended.
  6. Hi Matthew, thought I would say hi. I was searching the site for a friend of mine with a boxster.

    Life has been busy with me, moving house, moving job about a year ago. Still in fulham though. I hope all is well with you.

    ->Adam

  7. Tracker Systems

    My insurer insisted on it and in my haste to get my mits on the car I didn't really assess the true cost. The insurance premium on the best quotes may not be cheaper once you factor in the tracker install and the recurring annual subscription. Having said that you may decide that the improved chances of catching a thieving scumbag that nicks your car is worth the outlay. Which is how I look at it now. Hope this helps..
  8. If it wasn't such an insult you could almost admire their front....
  9. I guess an illustration of the impact "eco thinking" is having on depreciation can be seen with Cayennes - some amazing cars for really very little money In terms of financing you should at least have a certain figure and know up front that you'll be able to stomach that. Having said that a 55% drop in 4 years and lets face it less than 20,000 miles isn't something I'd be comfortable with.
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