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Old 01-26-14, 12:31 AM
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For those that have some type of collector car insurance, what do you use?

I want to put the Rx2 on the street, but I don't want to pay the full blown insurance for a car I drive occasionally. I know of*American Collectors*Insurance and heard a few people have there rx7's on there. but I believe you have to be at least 35 years old, which I am not.
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Old 01-26-14, 02:08 AM
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hagerty insurance , tell them you put 100 miles a year on it , thank me later
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Old 01-27-14, 01:42 AM
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hagerty insurance , tell them you put 100 miles a year on it , thank me later
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Yupp hagerty.
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Old 01-27-14, 09:25 AM
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I use State Farm's new collector car ins. After adding my first gen, and getting a 2 car discount, my ins. went up $4 a month
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Old 01-28-14, 08:20 AM
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seems like Haggerty is the way to go. Is there any special requirements on age, how many cars you own, proof of milage? I don't have an odometer in my car to prove how much I drive it...
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I use NCM for my other classic cars. I had a 1988 RX-7 for a quote and it comes back at $184.

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In Kansas and Missouri there's a classic car (over 25 years old) plate that you can get that when sent to an insurance company for a quote drops drastically because you can only drive it 1000 miles a year. You have to have proof the miles though because it has to go through an inspection each year. I think not having an odometer it'll be hard to make it driven on the street unless you just strait register it.
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hagerty is pretty easy , my 79 glc is fully covered with 5k in coverage for 64.00 a year . they also use stock parts (mazda) and don't play games when its time to pay up . lets face it most of our vintage mazdas are not daily drivers and hagerty is great about using stated value .
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seems like Haggerty is the way to go. Is there any special requirements on age, how many cars you own, proof of milage? I don't have an odometer in my car to prove how much I drive it...
Can't remember if its 26 or 28 years of age. no mileage checks
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My REPU and FD are both covered under an agreed value policy from American Modern: Collector car insurance from American Modern
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Old 01-31-14, 08:53 AM
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Hagerty gave me a quote of just over $300 a year. That's with 50 miles free towing road side assistance. Not to bad really. That's only $25 a month.
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Hagerty for me alsk but i have been told that there is another insurance company who offers same stuff as hagerty but at a much more lower premium
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