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Just purchased a 2004 Conv with 38000 kms on the odometer. Used car dealer is offering an Extended Warranty through SAL, located in Vancouver. If it was a new Vette, I wouldn't consider but a used !!!!!. Vettes can be expensive to repair, anyone have any experience with SAL or other warranties I should consider. thanks
 
I'd say... Consider the mileage that the car has on it, the mileage that your planning to put on it, the general condition of the car and the price of the wuarranty and you probably conclude that its a waste of money.
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i dont think anyone has had luck with those outside warranties.

:agree: take the money for the warranty and save it for later.... if it was a GMPP then go for it, aftermarket warranties are junk, and dealer cost on them is generally about half of what they sell for...
 
I'd say... Consider the mileage that the car has on it, the mileage that your planning to put on it, the general condition of the car and the price of the wuarranty and you probably conclude that its a waste of money.
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You're probably correct, think I'll pass and invest the _$3000 cost for another day
 
Pass! Save a slush fund for repairs- seed it with the $3000 you would have spent on the warranty.
 
I've heard good things and bad things about extended warranties. It seems they can find a loop hole anywhere to make it so their warranty doesn't apply to the part that needs fixing. Glad to hear you passed on it....now, I suggest LG headers/Cats/GHL's, a Vararm intake and Tune with the saved money.:D
 
Yes any mods to the car and that aftermarket warranty will be gone, you will not be able
to do any engine mods to the car.
Put the money in a good growth fund and save for any possible future repairs.
 
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