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I was wondering what type insurance folks are generally using for their classic mustangs.

Specifically, are you using one of the companies that insure classic cars as their primary business or are you simply adding your classic mustang to your regular insurance?

BT
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#2
regular insurance here.most classic car insurance companies {here in canada at least }have a clause that you should only drive on roads below 70km an hour {60mph=100kmh} so if you want to drive it on the highway you legally can't.And if you want it as a daily driver they won't insure you.As for the regular insurance all I had to do was get the car appraised by a qualified appraiser and that was it.best thing to do is call a few and see what type of coverage you get.
Eric


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#3
I have classic insurance through Grundy. In the past I have had policies with AAA where I got a multi-vehicle discount and classic coverage, but found the separate Grundy policy to be the most economically viable solution. We have more than one modern car on our traditional policy, so the benefit of the multi-vehicle discount does not help like it used to.
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Dave

1931 Ford Model A Station Wagon
1969 Mach 1 - 351C, TKO-600, 4WDB, R&P, A/C, Shaker, Fold Down, etc.
1972 Mach 1 - 351C, FMX, PDB, PS, A/C, Fold Down, Console
1996 Mustang Cobra Convertible - 10psi Procharger
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#4
Regular insurance through Erie...as mentioned above, some of the classic auto insurers wanted ridiculous conditions where as Erie is regular coverage anywhere on the planet and at any time of the day, LOL!
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(09-08-2010, 05:04 AM)rocketfoot Wrote: Regular insurance through Erie...as mentioned above, some of the classic auto insurers wanted ridiculous conditions where as Erie is regular coverage anywhere on the planet and at any time of the day, LOL!

I have classic insurance and the rates are very low. However it must be garage kept and you are limited on mileage.
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Hagerty here, very low rates, agreed value. As for driving the phrase "occasional pleasure use" is open to interpretation ;D
Jeff T.

Low buck, touring style, '73 Convertible "rolling restoration", 351c, 2v heads with a shave and a haircut, Performer intake, Holley 650(ish), roller rockers, screw in studs, guideplates, stainless valves, Duraspark / Motorsports MSD, T-5 conversion. 1-1/8" front, 3/4" rear swaybars KYB shocks and some home brewed subframe connectors. Future plans; JGC steering box, Cobra brakes and... paint, interior, etc.

When I die I want to die like grandpa, peacefully in my sleep... not screaming, like his passenger.

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Yes, I was looking at Hagerty as I do have a 4-car garage and since it looks like I am now going to have three (more on that later) classic mustangs, I won't be able to drive them at the same time anywaySmile!

THANKS for the input, guys!

BT
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