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Old 03-06-2013, 04:13 PM
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Pro Street insurance ??

I have State Farm Insurance on everything I own but they are telling me that they can't insure my 1966 Chevy II, Pro Street. I know there are lots of companys out there that will insure it but I'm lookin for some advice from others. Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 03-06-2013, 04:58 PM
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insurance

i used hagerty for yrs.. but got a price from grundy and came out to be half. so i've been with grundy for 3 yrs.. agreed value..
now a pro street usually has a cage and some companies will not insure it because of that..
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Old 03-06-2013, 05:11 PM
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State Farm no longer insures modified vehicles. Had several insured with them in the past.
About four years ago my agent called and told me he had to cancel all policies on modified autos. A corporate decision.
I went to Haggerty, a lot less cost and a lot more coverage.
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I use Grundy - also and agreed value policy. It was cheaper than Hagerty where I am.
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I have Grundy for my rod - agreed value. Cost was half of Hagerty. I don't have anything to do with State Farm anymore. When my older daughter turned 16, we gave her our old car and bought the wife a new one. State Farm said she had to have a separate policy, couldn't be added to our - more money. We went along with it. She had a minor fender bender - no problem. She went away to college, and while there other folks managed to clip the driver's quarter while it sat in the parking lot. She thought she would be a responsible adult and take the car to the claim center. When they looked at it, they noticed some damage to the passenger side - wrote it up as two separate accidents. Very minor damage. Two months later, they sent me a cancellation notice - not for her policy, but for mine! When I called, they said I had too many accidents! I reminded them that she was on a separate policy - per their request. They said they 'might' be able to reinstate me... I called another company, and moved all three cars, the boat, and the homeowners - problem solved! Sorry for the rant.
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Grundy here also!!! 27 model t hot rod as you see from my pics ! fire ,theft, collision , Value 14,000 only $178 a year!!
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also say hot rod not pro street. Front & side picture is all you need.
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Grundy for me also State Farm When we first moved from SouthEast Texas to North Texas State farm would not insure our house even though we had been State Farm customers for 27+ years. Some garbage about us moving from an area affected by hurricanes that they could not write a policy for us for six years...good ridance State Farm

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Thanks for all your help here. Looks like I will be checking out Grundy today. Thanks again.
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Hagerty here for the T-Bucket and ProStreet Nova . State Farm was my carrier for many years, like 28 years. In Alaska I had a 34' cruiser insured by State Farm (which I fought them over and got the local agent to override some young yahoo from corporate, as it had a roll bar and blower). When I sold the boat, I called to cancel that policy. Six months later I was checking my insurances, home, cars, motor home, and noticed the boat was still insured and my daily drivers had been cancelled instead of the boat. I called to "fix" it, they said they could discontinue boat coverage, but not insure my vehicles because I hadn't been insured for the past 30 days or more! That did it for me!
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