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Old 05-08-2015, 02:01 PM   #21
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Just tried emailing Dennis at [email protected] and the email bounced back. Any thoughts?
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Dennis Fichtner here too. Great service, price and very prompt too.

Ditto, great price, great service and great service!
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Is Ken his brother or something ?
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Ken Fichtner owned the dealership Dennis worked for. I believe they are related. Ken sold the dealership and is now working at another dealership.
Getting ready to buy my third GMEPP from him.
Best prices I have found and great service.
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Dennis is selling RVs according to Ken.
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Contact Jason Walter at Ross Downing Chevrolet in Louisiana 800 417 5162

He sells them at huge discounts to forum members only. I shopped all the forum vendors and several others as well, and he beat everyone's price by several hundred dollars. He doesn't advertise his prices and this is a word of mouth deal only.
Got my from him..
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GMPP Extended Warranty BEST PRICE

Where can I find the best price, and how much should it cost please?

Is this the "only" extended warranty you would recommend?

Thanks for your help !!!
One of our members, "RichieRichZ06", who supports this forum and works for Abel Chevrolet in Rio Vista, CA who also supports WSCC and this forum will match any out there. He can make the sale on the phone like I did for my GS.

Call Abel Chevrolet and ask for Rich Wilhoff...

http://www.abelgm.com/
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GMPP Extended Warranty BEST PRICE

Where can I find the best price, and how much should it cost please?

Is this the "only" extended warranty you would recommend?

Thanks for your help !!!
Give KEN a call or e mail him. I did my business via e mail. He will give you price info to compare. He is quick to respond.
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Ken now works for Menholt Chevrolet in Billings MT.
His email is [email protected]
406-896-3088(office)
406-672-5690(cell)
Dennis did not make the switch. He now sells RVs.
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What is the RANGE of prices for a zero deduct plan?

I just called Fitchner in MT (now called Rim Rock Chevy). The receptionist would not transfer my call to whoever actually sells the plan. She would not give me a range for pricing, insisting on a vin # etc.

I haven't bought the car yet, just want to know APPROXIMATELY what the ext warr go for now.

I bought one on my 2004 from the guy in Louisiana and it worked out well, IIRC it was about 1k price.

These folks at Rim Rock Chevy could not seem to get their minds around the idea that a guy might like to know what the plans cost BEFORE he buys a car. What a concept!

Anyway if anyone can give me a range for a 2011-2013 c6z low miles I would be grateful.

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Call Ken at the number listed in the post above your post.
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Call Ken at the number listed in the post above your post.
I'll try monday, thanks.

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prices from $945 to about $5K depending on what you want
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So, if you put the $945-$5,000 in some other investment and self insured your Corvette, do you think you'd come out ahead? This is insurance being sold by a guy who works for the current owners of his old Chevrolet dealership and/or his cousin who is selling RVs now as a means of paying the bills. Extended warranties are, by their nature, a bad deal. Unless you own a crap barge of a car or you treat your car with little care, you shouldn't be putting thousands of dollars into maintenance. That's why the companies that offer these warranties are in business. They are willing to accept the bet that most of the cars won't have major problems and they will not have to pay out to the insured. If it wasn't a proposition that favored the insurer, they wouldn't be in the business. It's a matter of accepting the risk that your Corvette won't fall apart in the future vs. throwing money at it to make yourselves feel better. Save your money.
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So, if you put the $945-$5,000 in some other investment and self insured your Corvette, do you think you'd come out ahead? This is insurance being sold by a guy who works for the current owners of his old Chevrolet dealership and/or his cousin who is selling RVs now as a means of paying the bills. Extended warranties are, by their nature, a bad deal. Unless you own a crap barge of a car or you treat your car with little care, you shouldn't be putting thousands of dollars into maintenance. That's why the companies that offer these warranties are in business. They are willing to accept the bet that most of the cars won't have major problems and they will not have to pay out to the insured. If it wasn't a proposition that favored the insurer, they wouldn't be in the business. It's a matter of accepting the risk that your Corvette won't fall apart in the future vs. throwing money at it to make yourselves feel better. Save your money.
I get this argument & have made the same argument many times regarding warranty on tv's, etc.

Real world experience, on my 96 lt4 the gas tank developed pin hole leaks. I paid about $900 for the warranty & it covered a $2500 (full cost) bill.

On my 2004 z I paid about $1250 for warranty & it ended up covering about $3000 in (full customer pay) bills.

On my 2007 BMW I did NOT get the insurance (was quoted $4000 - should tell you something about BMW reliability) and by the time it had 60k miles I needed to spend about $5000 (full customer pay) IF I had kept it to fix several problems - I traded in the car on a Lexus - one of the smartest moves I ever did, that's another thread.

So my personal, real experience is they are worth it.

I had it on a couple of other cars & never regretted it (paid for itself). And I am very meticulous in my care for cars & I keep them a long time. Past what the ext warr is.



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Contact Jason Walter at Ross Downing Chevrolet in Louisiana 800 417 5162

He sells them at huge discounts to forum members only. I shopped all the forum vendors and several others as well, and he beat everyone's price by several hundred dollars. He doesn't advertise his prices and this is a word of mouth deal only.
That is where I got my 48/48 for less then any other dealer......
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That is where I got my 48/48 for less then any other dealer......
Thats who I got mine from for the 2004.

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Got my replied back. What do y'all think? I want at least 4yrs of coverage. Good prices?



NOTE: YOU CAN TAKE $100 OFF ANY OF THE PRICES BELOW IF YOU PURCHASE A PLAN BEFORE 7/31/15

Pricing applies to a 2008 Corvette with less than 6000 miles



Platinum Deductable $0 48/48000 $2,515
Platinum Deductable $100 48/48000 $2,165

Ken Fichtner
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Montana's Time Dealer of the Year for 2014
Denny Menholt Chevrolet
Billings, MT
406-896-3088 Office
406-672-5690 Cell
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Got my replied back. What do y'all think? I want at least 4yrs of coverage. Good prices?



NOTE: YOU CAN TAKE $100 OFF ANY OF THE PRICES BELOW IF YOU PURCHASE A PLAN BEFORE 7/31/15

Pricing applies to a 2008 Corvette with less than 6000 miles



Platinum Deductable $0 48/48000 $2,515
Platinum Deductable $100 48/48000 $2,165
I had the same rates. Bought warranties for for two cars from Ken. He was easy to work with and always responded quickly.
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