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JimDrewett Posted - 20 Dec 2016 : 18:49:24
Hi - insurance just coming up on my 1968 Sunbeam Rapier Fastback. I have an agreed valuation with the insurer, but wondering if to change it if values are going up. Unfortunately, Rapier Fastback not listed on Practical Classics valuation just H120 - and it doesn't look like the magazine's values have changed for the Sunbeams. Anyone out there know of any other price guides or would be able to advise as to whether I should increase the valuation of £4,500 on my Fastback (it's not concours but is in class 1 in most categories. Thanks
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devnet H120 Posted - 26 Dec 2016 : 11:06:38

devnet H120

devnet H120 Posted - 21 Dec 2016 : 20:06:59
Hi, I have a snap shot of a more recent pricing guide I'll try to upload below but incase it doesn't Rapier Fastbacks class 1 £6500 class 2 £4000 class 3 £800 and for good measure H120s class 1 £8000 class 2 £5000 class 3 £1500.

devnet H120

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