New Appraisal Service To Get Full Insurance Coverage On A Custom Motorcycle

appraisalWe all know that building a custom motorcycle is a very gratifying labor of love experience. Then comes the time when you want to rush your ride on the street and need to secure proper insurance coverage to protect your investment. And it’s when a company named “AMI Custom Motorcycle Appraisal Service” promises to help you deal with the issue of proper and full insurance coverage for a custom motorcycle. You already know, or you are about to discover very soon that many insurance agents are going to slam the door in your face or make you overpay the price of your love for custom motorcycles.

To address this issue and “bridge-the-gap” between custom bike owners and insurance companies, AMI has created an Online Certified Custom Motorcycle Appraisal Service that is recognized and accepted by the largest Custom Motorcycle Insurance Underwriters in the industry. “Custom Motorcycle Appraisal Service” offers an online service giving you 1- FREE access to Custom Motorcycle Insurance Specialists who offer numerous insurance programs just for special construction custom motorcycles! 2- 2xFREE semi-annual appraisal updates so that you can keep up to date as the market changes (and it changes all the time), and also update coverage when you make additional modifications to your custom bike. 3- A full report for you to compare coverage and premiums 4- a 60-day “no questions asked money back guarantee”. Try now and tell me what you think. AMI Custom Motorcycle Appraisals Service.


8 Responses to “New Appraisal Service To Get Full Insurance Coverage On A Custom Motorcycle”

  1. 1 Jeff Nicklus Sep 9th, 2009 at 12:49 pm

    I can make this even more simple than buying a book ….. buy your motorcycle from only Licensed Motorcycle Manufacturers who are listed in the NADA and Kelley Blue Book and insurance is not a problem.

    Over & Out,


  2. 2 Boss Hawg Sep 9th, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    So Simple…I’ll second the motion above.

    Boss Hawg

  3. 3 Dave Blevins Sep 9th, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    Or modify (heavily) a stock HD. Method has worked well for decades.

  4. 4 mbofill Sep 10th, 2009 at 5:14 am

    this is good for those enthusiast who really enjoy the accomplishment of a custom chopper. its great for those who have the talents to do instead of those who just wanna buy. us trully made fabricators need all the help we can get! thanks cyril!

  5. 5 OutThereSomewhere Sep 10th, 2009 at 6:02 am

    The amazing thing is, they used a Big Dog K9 for the picture on the cover, guess they couldn’t find a picture of the types of bikes they actually appraise.

  6. 6 izadore007 Sep 10th, 2009 at 7:07 pm

    Great Program for those of Us that do not want the Dull and Boring Bikes that almost all the (Recognized) NADA recognizes. If I want to Build my Own Bike and Don’t want to worry about the Warranty that the Listed Nada Bulders, don’t PAY ANT WAY! GREAT IDEA !

  7. 7 Boss Hawg Sep 11th, 2009 at 6:39 am


    Warranty is not what is in question here. Purchasing insurance is! And moreover at a reasonable cost. Special construction bikes with full coverage can run up as much as 4 x the cost over a licensed manufacturers motorcycle.

    I am sure that Jeff Nicklus Customs, Desperado Motorcycles, Brass Ball Bobbers, etc… along with a plethora of other fine and duly licensed manufacturers here will build you what is known as a “Signature Series” to meet your needs. Pony up some additional funds for liablity insurance in the shop or go on payroll and you more than likely can jump right in there and work on your build.

    Boss Hawg

  8. 8 Chopper Kid Sep 13th, 2009 at 9:28 pm

    Cool, much needed, It is typical insurance company crap that they won’t insure special constructions. If they pass state inspections, then they should be insured like any other bike at fair market value. If unsafe bikes pass inspection either new rules need to be made or inspectors need to do their job. I hope this is a fair and resonable business.

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