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Old March 26th, 2015, 06:06 PM
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When I went out to CO to do a course with Graham Jackson, I wanted to have a 90 to drive while he drove his 110. He contacted a friend (believe he's a board member - 97 beluga black with "EX"-something vanity Colorado tags) and he rented me his truck for $400/day while we wheeled the high country around Estes Park. So, there's an actual market example for you.



Also, check out classic car club of Manhattan - they rent exotics as well as some classic 4X4's, like the Bronco and Yota - Probably good comps for the defender to give you an idea.

Awesome. That's a pretty good data point.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 06:18 PM
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Classic Car Club is a business with proper insurance. Someone renting out their personal vehicle is jsut plain stupid especially for wheeling. The amount of liability it opens you to if they crash is insane.
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Old March 26th, 2015, 06:30 PM
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Classic Car Club is a business with proper insurance. Someone renting out their personal vehicle is jsut plain stupid especially for wheeling. The amount of liability it opens you to if they crash is insane.

That's true. I'm looking at something like relayrides.com. It's kind of an airbnb for cars. They provide quite a bit of insurance.

Although the defender wouldn't qualify under their business model as it is too old.
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i would think that wheeling a truck would be the most bounded liability - the most damage anyone could do is total your truck.

the worst case scenario is if someone kills someone else with your truck or destroys another vehicle with your vehicle.
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Screw that noise... I would rent myself out first... And just to be clear... Ain't gonna happen.
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Old March 28th, 2015, 05:55 PM
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Screw that noise... I would rent myself out first... And just to be clear... Ain't gonna happen.
I hear ya! But would you auction yourself off? ;-)



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