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Thats a very good question! 
What I would do is call saleen and ask for a letter of authnticty (i hope thats how u spell it lol)
And then have them send you a paper with the value of the car on it for insurance and trade in purpose's. I have never done that but seems like it would would work.
Why a letter of authnticty.......Well to show your insurance Its a real Saleen.
and also if you ever want to trade it in you can show them that as well!
Hope I helped!
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well now you have me wondering, i just bought an 07 brand new off ebay for 54,500 and when i told geico it was a saleen they asked me how much i payed for it , well i didnt want to say the actual amount so i told them the msrp was 76,000 and i got a good deal because it was a leftover , they didnt press me for the actual amount, or ask any other questions, maybe i need to reach out and make sure im being properly insured.
You can insure a vehicle for whatever amount you want(within reason), you just have to pay the premium. I work for an insurance company and the majority of our clients with specialty vehicles are insured through Hagerty.
In cases such as this, you'd probably want the "stated value" insurance as others had suggested -- you'll have to justify value with a copy of the window sticker as Jared suggested, and you'll have to decide just how much you're willing to pay. Some companies will do "stated value" only on collector cars driven only x-number of miles or less (not a primary vehicle), so you'll probably have to shop around unless someone pipes-in with some of their experiences.
Team Saleen will provide a photocopy or scan of your window sticker for free, and at least that's a starting point for value.
As Greg said, NADA does not list the Extreme, but the information on the SC may help: http://www.nadaguides.com/ and click on the "Used Car Values" link in the right column.
It would be better to over-insure than under-insure... at least until better values are published, but basically you'll looking at window sticker minus x-amount of depreciation.
Dealers do the same type of research you would do. They find out how much they could expect to sell the car for or how much they bring in at auctions......then they give you thousands of dollars less on a trade-in so they can make money on a sale.
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