Welcome to the site. Lets move your thread and see if we can get you a quick answer.
its not fraud, they will just pay to replace a v6 engine as opposed to a v8, same with turbo cars, if i got in an accident they wouldn't replace my turbo or anything else that wasn't claimed on the insuranceLogically speaking, if your current V6 is fair or better condition, trade it in for a GT. Even at a loss (assuming you take a loss on a trade) you will be in your V8 sooner, with less headaches and enjoying it NOW!
Fooling the insurance wont last. As long as you never have an accident, yes, the insurance company will be fool and you will get lower rates. However if you have an accident and the insurance has to fix your car, then the story comes out and the nasty word "fraud" comes into play.
Now your making some real sence.as if there werent enough on this page to overwhelm you, you might need to change out front shocks/springs..im not as savvy with the s197, but with the fox, they needed beefed up front suspension parts to handle extra front end weight. the more i think about it, the more i would get a GT in any circumstance.
well, thats what i was thinking from the beginning...get a GT. but he needed info..Now your making some real sence.
Ah, try buying a used GT. $17,000-$19,000. Minus $11,000 and you owe $6-8,000, instead of $3000.Or you could be $3000 away from paying off your car, sell it for $14,000, put $11,000 down on a new GT that will cost you $28,000 and end up owing $17,000 which is what you started out with when you bought the first car 3 1/2 years ago. :happyhapp
Total loss: $13,000.
For some of us its not worth it to trade in for a GT. :nogrinner
I'm not into buying other peoples problems.Ah, try buying a used GT. $17,000-$19,000. Minus $11,000 and you owe $6-8,000, instead of $3000.