Re: "Classic" car insurance...anyone ever told the truth?

mechimike wrote:

I just went on Geico's website and entered a bunch of made-up info and they have a 'pre-1981' classification where you simply enter the car's year, make model.  They let me put in "1948 Dodge" and didn't seem to have an issue with it.

I used to work for Geico, as long as you only want Liability, at least back when i was there, they will insure anything mass produced.  The only thing I remember issues with was kit cars.  When it comes to comp/collision they definitely won't take it.

That said if they find out you so much as sniff a race track with it they will drop your policy immediately.

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Re: "Classic" car insurance...anyone ever told the truth?

This doesn't work?
https://www.hagerty.com/insurance/motorsports-insurance

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Re: "Classic" car insurance...anyone ever told the truth?

Today I got an email asking for a photo showing where the car was garaged.

Re: "Classic" car insurance...anyone ever told the truth?

Are you using them?

Re: "Classic" car insurance...anyone ever told the truth?

jameslloyd285 wrote:

Are you using them?

No, hence the question. I would need to have a worthwhile car... Which mine aren't.

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