Wednesday, 12 August 2009
HICALIBRE CAR INSURANCE...for prestige cars
Neil Cook the highly respected specialist Insurance broker has been able to offer cover that no other broker in the country could achieve for a unique piece of Automotive art.
He was asked by his trade body to help the owner of the car who needed full flexability for a unique car such as this on an agreed value basis.
The owner had tried a multitude of brokers and insurers over a long period of time as soon as he spoke to Neil the cover was agreed in principle in a matter of moments. Well done Neil. If you are looking for this type of insurance visit
We thought we would mention Prindiville Prestige at this point as well as they supplied the photo of the fabulous red Lamborghini in the top left hand corner of this blog.
Prindiville Prestige specialises in creating one-off, bespoke cars to an individual client’s precise specifications. Handcrafted bodywork to your own design? Just show us the sketches. Interior retrimmed in ostrich hide? Simply tell us what colour you’d like it dyed. The very latest entertainment and communications technologies? We can easily source whatever you require.
Meet one of our latest creations. Murciélago by Prindiville. It’s daringly designed, stylishly aggressive... and one of a kind!
Of the original Lamborghini, only the front compartment lid remains the same – even the roof panel is changed. There’s a bolder, more assertive front valance, eye-catching sills, a more dynamic rear valance through which exits a specially designed titanium sports exhaust system, ‘handle-less’ doors with remote electric opening, and a restyled engine bay cover with transparent cooling louvres. All of the body panels are in exquisitely finished carbonfibre.
Murciélago by Prindiville also features a bespoke interior, enhanced by the use of rich leather and hand-finished aluminium accents. But there are also ‘little touches’ that reveal the depth of our attention to detail – specially engineered aluminium air vents, for instance. Take a look at their website here for more information.
Posted by Philip Suter at 12:07