classic car insurance

Discussion in 'Body Restoration' started by silver81, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. Zstar

    Zstar Veteran Member

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    I just don't think you can beat Haggerty. You have to look at the overall big picture. Classics are all they cover. It is their core business. They know what they are doing and they actually care about our cars.
     
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  2. Lynd McCormick

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    I was told that Haggerty is #1 and State Farm is #2. Honestly I think SF is in the mix and at a better price.
     
  3. BonzoHansen

    BonzoHansen Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    Are you sure SF is agreed value? years ago they peddled classic coverage that was really stated value like you'd get on your regular car
     
  4. Ote

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    You might try Grundy Classic Car Insurance. I'm currently insuring my 1971 Z28 for agreed value of 35K for 266 a year.
     
  5. Lynd McCormick

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    My current agreed value is $23k with State Farm and it’s <$200. With Haggerty on my ‘53 Ford truck it was $15k and it cost $230.
     
  6. dave@ztech

    dave@ztech Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I am sure, your SF insurance is less, because you have more then one car covered with them, if you have several cars covered with Haggerty, the price also drops
     
  7. Lynd McCormick

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    That may be a factor, they insure my home, 3 other cars, and my boat.
     
  8. hgoodwiniii

    hgoodwiniii Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I have had SF for years; Policy runs about $200/yr.
     
  9. Jeffsz28

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    I live on the Space Cosst of Florida and have Haggerty. 81 Z, full coverage, $20k agreed upon value and unlimited towing = $420/yr.
    I just turned 50, have 2 daily drivers and a Harley and have never had a moving violation in my life. Seems a bit high to me BUT ive had to call upon Haggerty a few times and their service can’t be beat imho.
     
  10. Lynd McCormick

    Lynd McCormick Member

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    Sounds steep. I have a 73 insured for $23k thru State Farm for under $200. Its agreed value with $100 deductible.

    I do have 3 other vehicles, my boat, and my home with them as well. No violations..... yet
     

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