North American Turbocoupe Organization



Red Book Auto Values
Mike C Offline
Senior Member
#1
Anybody have a copy or access to the Red Book?
New York insurance companies use an average of the Red Book Value and NADA Value to determine total loss. I Found a copy of the NADA for an 88 not my 86, but couldn't find anything with the Red Book.
Thanks,
Mike C
86 5 speed TC black with MS spats and spoiler since 88, 3.73 8.8 since 89. Fresh rebuild at 240K with new Racer Walsh roller cam, 88 hood. All 3" exhaust w/3" performance cat. 13" Cobra brakes,SFC, Max/Motorsport C/C plates,adjustable lower control arms w/ double adjustable uppers. Konis & Eibachs.
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Matt S Offline
Posting Freak
#2
Hey Mike unless your state law specifially says that they have the authority to ONLY use a book for total loss value then I'd consider such information worthless considering what I went through. The red book was even lower than KBB, btw, when I had to have this argument with insurance. It might be different than today. I found one in my local library.
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Mike C Offline
Senior Member
#3
Thanks for the reply Matt! I remember reading your posts about your "Episode" I've started checking into it further and I am probably going to go the long route. The worst part is if I was driving the Explorer it would have cost them 8K, The funny part is they are offering so little and refuse to budge an inch, that it will make it worth my while to wait and or sue.
Mike C
86 5 speed TC black with MS spats and spoiler since 88, 3.73 8.8 since 89. Fresh rebuild at 240K with new Racer Walsh roller cam, 88 hood. All 3" exhaust w/3" performance cat. 13" Cobra brakes,SFC, Max/Motorsport C/C plates,adjustable lower control arms w/ double adjustable uppers. Konis & Eibachs.
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