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Old 02-07-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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New '66 Overlander coming home this weekend!

We are very excited to take home our '66 Overlander this coming weekend. I have a question. We just sold our Argosy and had conventional insurance for it. We would like to know what vintage trailer insurance is out there and or do most just insure theirs like they do their autos. If we have some accident, God forbid, I'd like to get its value if it is totalled. Any ideas?
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:33 AM   #2
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Chris & Beth, We just changed our insurance to Allied (house, car and trailer) from State Farm. For the trailer they offer 'agreed value' which for us was a copy of our purchase contract. Presuming your trailer is worth more than you paid, you have to have an appraisal which costs between $225 and $300. Some will do the appraisal with photos. We saved about $400 a year on the whole package (house car trailer and umbrella insurance), but the trailer insurance went up when going with agreed value, but we also have much more coverage than the depreciated value based on the original purchase price.
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:29 AM   #3
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We made it home in the rain yesterday afternoon with Daisy! We are the 3rd owners - first couple had it the first 23 years of her life, the POs had her for 24 years, and now us!! Guess the good thing about driving her in the rain and her now sitting in the rain is IF there are any leaks, we'll find them! It was exciting though to plug her into electric and turn on ALL of the lights - it looked beautiful all lit up!! Here's a link to our pictures so far - we took these when we looked at her the first time.
https://picasaweb.google.com/1158341...eat=directlink
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