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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old Sep 26th, 18, 7:05 AM Thread Starter
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What insurance do you recommend?

I didn't know what is the best forum to put this in, so I welcome moderators to move it elsewhere if needed. I'd like to find a muscle car insurance company that has affordable rates, and preferably one with a website which all transactions can be done on too. Hagerty has a good website, but they're pretty expensive.

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Re: What insurance do you recommend?

Grundy is a good one but not sure on prices.

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I didn't know what is the best forum to put this in, so I welcome moderators to move it elsewhere if needed. I'd like to find a muscle car insurance company that has affordable rates, and preferably one with a website which all transactions can be done on too. Hagerty has a good website, but they're pretty expensive.
by the way I had hagerty for years from 2006 on and they where the cheapest I could find, $250 every a yr. on my 66 chevelle when I had it.

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Re: What insurance do you recommend?

I've had issues with both Haggerty and Grundy.

Alex LaRue is my new go-to guy.

https://larueclassics.com/
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Re: What insurance do you recommend?

Mike Smith has been my agent for classic car insurance for over 25 years,he is in Monroe,CT give him a call:
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I had a claim with Hagerty and they couldn't have been better.
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Over 20 years with Hagertys. Multiple vehicles. Fair rates. No claims.
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Hagerty was very good to deal with on my '66 ....
I got a $67,500 agreed value policy for $625 ....

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All State - Very satisfied with how I am treated and the cost!!!
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Re: What insurance do you recommend?

I have an agreed value policy on my '71 with State Farm. I'm not really happy with the rate, it's $50 a month. However, I do drive the car quite a bit, so maybe that's part of it. Also, a couple of years ago a car of mine (2016 mustang gt) got stolen, so that probably doesn't help. That might also explain why hagerty turned me down.
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Re: What insurance do you recommend?

I am now with Hagerty and have a Agreed Value Policy of $ 40,000 for just over $ 400.00 a year with full coverage

For almost 50 years with a Friends Brokerage and always got me a good Rate with Cdn Insurance Companies
but when he Retired the price difference between them and Hagerty
became the reason to go to another Brokerage and Hagerty

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I've been using Grundy, value based $15k for $180/yr. No incidents (knock on wood) so can't speak for their service, but they cash a check well..
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I'm with Hagerty with 2 of my cars (my '72 Chevelle and my wife's '65 Mustang) and we pay $572/year for both ($35K and $28K agreed values.)

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thanks guys. I appreciate it.

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I have an agreed value policy on my '71 with State Farm. I'm not really happy with the rate, it's $50 a month. However, I do drive the car quite a bit, so maybe that's part of it. Also, a couple of years ago a car of mine (2016 mustang gt) got stolen, so that probably doesn't help. That might also explain why hagerty turned me down.


I have State Farm too, pay just over 300 a year with a 20k agreed upon value. They have always treated me right, had them for about 28 years.


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