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Posted by Indy430, May 5, 2010 at 1:08 pm
konatown wrote

I need some tissues.

Posted by Indy430, Apr 11, 2010 at 3:23 pm
Thanks Mark! I will give it a shot...
Posted by Indy430, Apr 10, 2010 at 7:57 am
OK, so they did not turn out perfect but not bad, Anyone got a buffing wheel I can come over and use for about an hour? I want these to have a mirror shine.
Posted by Indy430, Apr 9, 2010 at 3:57 pm
Went over to brians shop today to look at the rims that came in and pick up a different car I had there for service. Took my intercoolers home to give them a good polish before they go back in the car. Brian suggested I use a little brasso so I did and they turned out pretty good! Pic attached.
Posted by Indy430, Apr 9, 2010 at 3:44 pm
Scott85 wrote
Where'd you get the wheels from ? Are they the factory GM ones or knockoffs ? Theres a Dymag set on Craigslist for $2500...

Bought them from a place out in California. They are knockoffs but of very good quality. One piece aluminum, powdercoat then clearcoat. Those dymags are the first gen 16" Nice wheels but I want the 2nd gen 17". Much nicer IMHO. They came in today and I attached a pic.
Posted by Indy430, Apr 5, 2010 at 4:12 pm
konatown wrote
Should look great.

When are you getting the car back?

Brian says end of this month. We shall see....
Posted by Indy430, Apr 5, 2010 at 10:36 am
After searching for original Callaway Dymags for a long time and seeing how much they have gone up in cost (cant touch them for under $4000 a set for good ones), I went ahead and bought some different rims for my car. I bought some ZR1 style 17 X 9.5's in powder coated silver. As soon as I get them and get them on the car I will post some pics. Here is a pic of the rims in the mean time.
Posted by Indy430, Mar 28, 2010 at 3:38 pm
Nice new whip. Looks like a fun little toy! Dan....with a supercharger and tune.... You would have your hands full.....
Posted by Indy430, Mar 24, 2010 at 7:24 am
I want to post a comparison for everyone. I just ran a quote for a gentleman in Indiana. He is currently with Hagerty, but wont be much longer. Below is the breakdown. To be fair, this is an exact apples to apples quote. I quoted off his Hagerty policy.

1998 Ferrari 355 Spider
Agreed Value: $75,000
$100K/$300K BI/PD
$100K/$300K UM/UIM
$1000 Med Pay
3,000 miles per year usage
$1000 deductible

Classic Auto price -- $1,124 per year
Hagerty price -- $1,481 per year

We were roughly 25% cheaper! People are always looking to save money where they can, but rarely even consider insurance as a possible avenue. Most people believe Hagerty is the only game in town when it comes to collector car insurance. Truth is, they just spend the most money on advertising and therefore have to make that money back in their premiums.
Posted by Indy430, Mar 24, 2010 at 7:10 am
Cars are starting to come out of their winter hibernation. Anyone with a collectible or exotic car should contact me for a quote on collector insurance. We only write full coverage, agreed value policies. We are typically 30 - 50% cheaper than a main line carrier (State Farm, Allstate, etc), and you get an agreed value policy instead of an ACV (actual cash value) policy. To get these ultra low premiums we do have some underwriting guidelines we must adhere to. Here are some of the qualifications for our program:

1) Owner must be 26 years of age or older with a good driving record
2) Car being insured may not be a daily use auto
3) Car must be kept in lockable enclosed storage when not in use (no carports, inflatable car bubbles, etc..)

Anyone interested in a quote please contact me via email, phone or PM. Midwest SCC members get a 10% discount. Please tell me this at time of contact.

RJ Pollak
Classic Auto Insurance