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I consider myself lucky in these times I guess, having put 70hrs this year on the plane to help assuage some underwriter perceived risk (?) and raising the hull coverage 45 percent based on a more equitable replacement cost, it was just slightly less than last year's annual premium cost.

I gladly (for now) subscribe to the "if it quits, it belongs to the insurance company" line of thinking...🤞
 

TXFlyGuy

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I am at a point where my expectation is that hull coverage will never be available. Not for my Mustang, anyway.
We hope that liability will be available. But even that is doubtful.
 

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Elliot is fully onboard to assist with our program. So, I would say yes. But that is a year down the road.

I have said this elsewhere...but had I not suffered from "get home-itis", and had waited for Elliot to return from Italy, we would not be having this discussion.
 
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