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How much is my Triumph Stag worth?

My 1973 Triumph Stag is off the road at the moment, so it is difficult to get an agreed value for insurance purposes. It is not in the best condition, so I think using the market value might be reasonable if it got stolen. My question is, what would the insurance company assess its market value as?

Asked on 12 July 2019 by Dave from Maidstone

Answered by Keith Moody
Your insurer should be able to offer you a guide price, but as a rough idea a project would be about £2.5k, a runner in need of TLC about £6k a good one in the classifieds about £12k while an excellent example at a dealer could be more than £18k. If you need a specific valuation, any of the Triumph Clubs will be able to help.
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