Sorry to hear it was stolen. Any details on where it was parked, what time of day, etc.
As for what insurance will give you, I hope any mods you had invested in were listed and insured with them as well or you may take a hit on those.
2012 Black JKUR...stock for now
It was in the Central West End area of St. Louis, taken overnight as I saw the car last night and gone this morning. Considered to be a good neighborhood. Go figure. I got new tires paid like $800 only few months back. Also had some nice seat covers and stereo and speakers installed few months back. I'd like to get an idea of what they would give me... anyone have experience with similar circumstances? Thanks
It was in the Central West End area of St. Louis, taken overnight as I saw the car last night and gone this morning. Considered to be a good neighborhood.
I live in the same area. Post some pics other than your avatar so I know what to look for.
As far as the Central West End being a good area, if I was a smart car thief I wouldn't be looking for something nice in the poor area of town. I'd be cruising around in a nice neighborhood looking for nice things.
Iginition key switch is broken off.. some minor body damage.. and a sound on the back wheel.. not sure what it is....seems like the ramped it and losened the muffler.. broke the keyed gas cap. Also curb rash on one of the wheels.
Went through this a couple of years ago when my Z-28 got stolen. Mine was found by a friend of mine within an hour of my posting a BOLO on Facebook, otherwise it would've probably been stripped to the bone while sitting abandoned on the side of I-10 in Loxley, AL. Geico was pretty fair with me. A used steering column and some paint work later, it was back up & running with nothing but my deductable out of pocket, and they also took care of the nearly $300 towing/recovery bill to get the car back to a local body shop in Pensacola. All said & done, the recovery/insurance/repair deal was far less stressful than the mindf@&king paranoia that comes after getting the car back on the road.
2000 Wrangler Sport - "Red" - Stock
1999 Z-28 - "The GLUMAKR" - Not Stock
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You are lucky to get it back in such good condition. Get it over to a good repair shop or the dealer (dealer should give a high estimate to work from) and have it gone over. Once you get it repaired get a Ravelco for it - that should give you a decent insurance discount or at least keep it low.
2013 JKU Sport, billet, auto, 3.73, LSD, 315/75/16 Duratracs on MB 72, 10A springs, Bushwacker flatties