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Kudos for him digging so deep. God knows the search doesn't work.

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Good lord, why would you pay $409 for collector car insurance? Did you not check with anyone else before buying? I pay $175 with a $30k agreed upon value.

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Location(State & city) has a lot to do w pricing. Rural NJ is different than rural TX.
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Good lord, why would you pay $409 for collector car insurance? Did you not check with anyone else before buying? I pay $175 with a $30k agreed upon value.
Did you see post #16 ? That was posted 2 years ago.

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Good lord, why would you pay $409 for collector car insurance? Did you not check with anyone else before buying? I pay $175 with a $30k agreed upon value.
Did you see post #16 ? That was posted 2 years ago. ?
Yes of course I did. Why do you ask? It's still a good topic to bring up for those of us in the old car hobby, especially new people, so that they don't overpay for insurance like this guy did.
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Because it's a really old post and his rates may have changed since then.

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I keep noticing the DOT puts up signs to honor my burnouts. That's nice of them.
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Is there a name for a resurrected, resurrected thread?
At that point it would be "raptured".....lol
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Just renewed with Hagerty for $17,500 at about $325 I believe

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Old post that's been resurrected is called a necropost.
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Good lord, why would you pay $409 for collector car insurance? Did you not check with anyone else before buying? I pay $175 with a $30k agreed upon value.

Because insurance rates vary WILDLY by state.


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Insurance rates will vary wildly with your age, location, credit score, and vehicles insured. They check EV-ERY-THING.

That said, we pay $450/yr for our two on Hagerty (whom I love and probably won't ever leave): '66 agreed value of $30k, '73 agreed value of $25k.


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I have Heacock Classic Car insurance, which uses American Modern insurance, for my '66 2+2 GT350 clone. I'm in California, have $40,000 agreed-upon policy, and can drive it 5,000 miles a year. It runs me $358/year.

I had Hagerty insurance with a $30,000 agreed-upon policy when I lived in Tenn before but they upped their prices to around $500/year so I switched.

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I've wondered what the heck does a credit score have to do with the insurance? If the person doesn't pay, then they lose it. It's not like they are getting approved for a loan.
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