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collector car insurance?

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I've posted this here in general also for more exposure, since it is a subject many of us pull our hair out over- RR

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I have been using a company called Aon Collector Car Insurance and they are great! No mileage limitations and you drive it anywhere you want (not just to shows). Only thing you couldn't do was race it or rent it out. They are ceasing to do business and I need to find some one more like them than American Collectors or Taylor who restrict everything absolutely to death to replace them. Anyone have anyone they can recommend? I sure hope so because everything I look at on the Net is crazy. One company even said that my premium would be $131.00 but since they had a $250.00 minimum, it would be $250.00. Sure wish I could do that with MY customers. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thank you! Tom Joyce 262-886-9806 or joycebrosrest@wi.rr.com

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Oldsmobile Specialist, but restore most makes 1949-1979. Dealer for Best Gasket Co. and Victory Performance Parts. Member Oldsmobile Club of America (#013935), National Antique Oldsmobile Club (#3923) & Falcon Club of America (#12382). E-Bay I.D.: twjoyce. Courteous, honest service, 40 years experience. Tom Joyce 262-886-9806 joycebrosrest@wi.rr.com </div></div>

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I use Hagerty. It cost me about $87 a year, IIRC. None of the restrictions you mentioned but you are limited to shows and pleasure trips. Call them and form your own opinion. That much is free.

http://www.hagerty.com/

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I use Hagerty exclusively.

Did you guys know that they will also insure you non-classic limited use cars, too.

I have an '88 BMW 750iL that I was paying $1,250 annualy to insure. It's now $250 with Hagerty for better coverage.

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yes, most be stored in a locked building.

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Does Hagerty have restriction on where you can keep the car? </div></div>

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I use J C Taylor for my 1925 Model T Touring and pay $117 for a value of $11G and coverage for passengers out of state. My independent prewar club on Long Island pays less then $300 for 75 members with Haggerty. Both have been in the business for years.

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I just dropped Hagerty and changed to Parish Heacock. Both are "A" rated companies. My premiums dropped from $1700 to $1000 for the same coverage with the added benefits of slightly more liberal usage policies and a free breakdown towing program.......Bob

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