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Old 11-03-2010, 05:51 PM
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street rod insurance

My 1948 GMC trk is about done @ I need to insure it before the first drive.

What insureance co. do you all recommend?

Thanks Don

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Old 11-03-2010, 06:11 PM
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Several people (on the trifive forum) had a lot of good things to say about Grundy.
When they had to make a claim, the process was handled quicky and fairly.
There is no restriction on how much you can drive the car- as long as it's not your regular commute car and the vehicle's value is agreed upon up front between the agent and owner.
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Old 11-03-2010, 06:41 PM
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Ditto Hagerty
http://www.hagerty.com/index.aspx?af...FSMgDQodMyRE9A
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Old 11-03-2010, 06:44 PM
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Anyone have any thoughts about j c taylor ..........Don
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Just make sure you check on their Mileage restrictions.... and some you can only drive it to shows are events..
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Old 11-03-2010, 07:25 PM
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Most agreed value carriers will do an on-line quote

Most of the agreed value carriers will do an free fast on-line quote. It pays to check.
I've done this as an exercise several times, Grundy is usually the least expensive. Make sure to keep all the components the same (comp medical etc.).
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Old 11-03-2010, 07:34 PM
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Grundy. I just upped the value after paint.

I drove 11,500 mile this year alone. No problem. Not my daily driver. Only fill the dually up about once every three weeks. haha.
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Old 11-03-2010, 07:36 PM
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I've dealt with Hagerty on my blower car, good rates, no hassles over modifications and fast quote.
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Hagerty worked good for me

Hagerty was fast with quote, $260 a year I was very happy.
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Erie also has agreed value coverage.
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Thanks Guys.... I will call them & see who has the best price.......Don
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i had hagerty for many yrs.. had one claim and they were fast and easy to deal with... even to a point when i was almost finished with my last bucket and called them to get botttom line insurance for dmv, that was noooo problem.. then i got a mailer from grundy and what the hack. i called for a quote.. wow they were half price for exact same coverage. let hagerty expire and have grundy for 4 yrs now... i'd say either one is a very good company..
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My car has Grundy and it was less then half of Hagarty(sp). I will do a bit of value update next year, but that will only add a very few bucks and still be well under $200/year and with virtually no restrictions. JC Taylor was even more and wanted to restrict me on miles in NY.

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I called around & Grundy was the cheapest. I have the forms being mailed to me.
I almost went with another co. when I rear the posts about Grundy being cheaper than Hagerty........thanks for the info

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Old 11-04-2010, 04:17 PM
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Grundy is a good choice

Insurance is higher in WV than most states . Must be all the idiot drivers . I have my T-bucket insured for $15,000.oo and pay only $243.oo a year with Grundy's ....Also I was able to up the coverage and pay over the phone . Trouble free .
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