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David Hetrick
McAllen Texas
(78 posts)

03/09/2008 12:49PM

Main British Car:
MGBs- 1977,1969 Vettes-1965,1984,2003 ZO6 LS1s in MGs

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Posted by: mgbrv8
Date: February 23, 2012 01:45PM

I am shopping for a classics car insurance I was wondering what you all have and what you think of it. I don't use the car a lot like 2000 moles a year


(173 posts)

09/17/2009 04:42PM

Main British Car:
1963 Sunbeam Alpine Series 2 Ford 2.8 V6

Re: Insurance
Posted by: socorob
Date: February 23, 2012 02:01PM

I just switched to American collectors. They have a few tiers that go by how many miles you plan on driving a year. I had hagerty until I read the fine print saying you pretty much cant use your car as a car, no driving to work, the store, joy rides, etc. only to car shows, mechanic shop or in parades. I actually use my car, that's the reason I'm building it to be as I want.

Rob Ficalora
Willis, TX
(2683 posts)

10/24/2007 02:46PM

Main British Car:
'76 MGB w/CB front, Sebring rear, early metal dash Ford 302

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Re: Insurance
Posted by: rficalora
Date: February 23, 2012 10:24PM

ANPAC/Chrome for the same reasons as Robbie.

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Mike Maloney
SW Ohio
(528 posts)

12/09/2007 12:28PM

Main British Car:
1974 MGB Sebring GT, 3.9 Rover V8

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Re: Insurance
Posted by: RMO 699F
Date: February 24, 2012 10:40PM

We had this discussion on this forum a year or so ago and it prompted me to call my Hagerty insurance agent and ask him specific questions, including " if I want to take my wife to dinner or go for an occasional pleasure drive is it ok?" He gave me an emphatic yes, it's fine to do that. He did say that driving to work, the store, or daily routine was not permitted. Maybe I should ask him to put that in writing :-) Better yet, perhaps more research on my part is needed.

Neil Hank

(3 posts)

03/02/2012 08:29AM

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Re: Insurance
Posted by: neilhank
Date: March 05, 2012 03:49AM

You can get an affordable classic car insurance quote since you hardly use the car. If you’re over 50 or at 50, joining the AARP will make you eligible for so many discounts…even on classic car insurance. I know it might make you feel old but hey if the price is good…

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