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I don't, but I think that you can speak with your insurance company about it, they should have it...

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Here is a link to find what you are looking for http://www.kbb.com/Kb/Ki.dll/Kw.Kc.tp?kbb&;sm&19&zsm;snowmobiles if this link dosent work try this and you will find it there
http://www.geocities.com/xcrider007/My_Favorite_Links.html
 

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<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by polarisguy:
Here is a link to find what you are looking for http://www.kbb.com/Kb/Ki.dll/Kw.Kc.tp?kbb&;sm&19&zsm;snowmobiles if this link dosent work try this and you will find it there
http://www.geocities.com/xcrider007/My_Favorite_Links.html


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thanks polarisguy just what i was looking for
 

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if its a black book then your selling on the black market BLUE book is usually 3 or 4000 less then BLACK book

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P.S. Just a note. The NADA guide is the most accurate of all the appraisal guides out there and is the standard of the auto industry. I am an auto adjuster for a major insurance company and I can tell you that most insurance companies will recognize the NADA book but not the Kelley blue book, Red book, Edmunds, etc.... Most insurance companies, including the one I work for, do not even use these guides for accurate values, but we use what is called 'market evaluation'. To detemine value we use the zip code where you live and use a 60 mile radius, or bigger, to find all the same make, model vehicles to get an average. Just some info. Later.

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