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  • James Tennier
    Offer them the deductible! You have right of first refusal... Be more careful in the future? ________________________________ From: John Sloan
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 20, 2013
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      Offer them the deductible! You have right of first refusal... Be more careful in
      the future?



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      From: John Sloan <johntsloan@...>
      To: "triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com"
      <triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wed, February 20, 2013 11:08:59 AM
      Subject: [T TBS R] Value of 2004 Thinderbird Sport


      I crashed my excellent condition 2004 Thunderbird Sport with almost 28,000 miles
      on it. I suffered much worse damage than the bike, but while I am alive and
      walking, the insurance company wants to total the bike. The bike has superficial
      easily reparable damage except for the triumph windscreen which is no longer
      available, but the insurance company is totaling it. I have not kept up with
      prices and know that blue book values tend to be too low for good condition
      older bikes. What do some of you think the real market value is for a very nice
      black with yellow 2004 Thunderbird Sport, almost perfect except for a few minute
      scratches around the gas filler cap and about 27,500 miles on the odometer.


      Also, what would a cheap salvage value be to buy it back from the insurance
      company. With the headlight, handlebars, and the shifter's connecting rod
      replaced it would be roadworthy. I could tolerate the very small dents on the
      front fender and gas tank (gas tank dimpled by my left knee), the minor scrapes
      on the engine crank cover, more severe scrapes on the left muffler and a barely
      visible, tiny tear at the base of the king and queen seat. I would not be at
      all embarrassed to ride it like that, though it would no longer be a pride and
      joy ride.

      Thanks

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    • James Tennier
      Really offer them the deductible and use your mending time , mending the bike with the money you saved... ________________________________ From: James Tennier
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 20, 2013
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        Really offer them the deductible and use your "mending time", mending the bike
        with the money you saved...



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        From: James Tennier <tennier@...>
        To: triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Wed, February 20, 2013 1:15:29 PM
        Subject: Re: [T TBS R] Value of 2004 Thinderbird Sport


        Offer them the deductible! You have right of first refusal... Be more careful in

        the future?

        ________________________________
        From: John Sloan johntsloan@...>
        To: "triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com"
        triumphthunderbirdsportriders@yahoogroups.com>
        Sent: Wed, February 20, 2013 11:08:59 AM
        Subject: [T TBS R] Value of 2004 Thinderbird Sport

        I crashed my excellent condition 2004 Thunderbird Sport with almost 28,000 miles

        on it. I suffered much worse damage than the bike, but while I am alive and
        walking, the insurance company wants to total the bike. The bike has superficial

        easily reparable damage except for the triumph windscreen which is no longer
        available, but the insurance company is totaling it. I have not kept up with
        prices and know that blue book values tend to be too low for good condition
        older bikes. What do some of you think the real market value is for a very nice
        black with yellow 2004 Thunderbird Sport, almost perfect except for a few minute

        scratches around the gas filler cap and about 27,500 miles on the odometer.

        Also, what would a cheap salvage value be to buy it back from the insurance
        company. With the headlight, handlebars, and the shifter's connecting rod
        replaced it would be roadworthy. I could tolerate the very small dents on the
        front fender and gas tank (gas tank dimpled by my left knee), the minor scrapes
        on the engine crank cover, more severe scrapes on the left muffler and a barely
        visible, tiny tear at the base of the king and queen seat. I would not be at
        all embarrassed to ride it like that, though it would no longer be a pride and
        joy ride.

        Thanks

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