Difficult one this. It's fine to say "I've shelled out" thousands restoring the car to an insurance company, but I feel I need to ensure, as far as is reasonably possible, a "minimum agreed valuation" rather than bang in what it cost me to put it together. There's the rub. It's a bit rarer than normal, will have had 3.5k chucked at it, has rare alloys, a new hood, and countless new chassis bits. Being sensible, I'd have thought I'd need to cough up around 6k these days to replace it in the event of a totalling. Does anyone have experience in getting a good agreed valuation...and it occurs to me an independent report/valuation may be a good idea...and if so...how would you go about that? Cheers guys.