Robert or WR Teto,
I have tried Hagerty and they restrict you 'Show Truck quality' only. Their
rates were $50.00 annually. They laughed when I sent in pictures of my
rusty work in progress truck.
Try www.americancollectorsins.com. (800-360-2277). They were listed in the
latest 'Classic Trucks' magazine. Their online annual quote for my stock 51
1/2 ton was $36.00 with 2500 miles a year. Must be garage kept. They do
not seem to limit their clients to 'Show Truck quality'. We'll see how they
51 1/2 ton 5 window
>To: Robert Horvick <rhorvick@GreatPlains.com>, "'WR Teto'"
><email@example.com>, Ole Trucks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: RE: [oletrucks] Insurance
>Date: Tue, 2 May 2000 10:06:42 -0400 (EDT)
>Mainstream Insurance companies are pretty clueless about old trucks. I
>Suggest you try one of the firms specializing in antique vehicles. I use
>Hagerty Classic (www.hagerty.com). They are very knowledgeable, allow you
>to state the value you wish your vehicle to be insured for, and the rates
>are quite reasonable.
>Any suggestions on insurance? I will probably put more then 1000 miles a
>year on the truck so my local guy says it can't be a "antique" and would be
>regular insurance. He then went on to say that older cars without seat
>belts were so expensive to insure until they have been updated that it
>be worth buying a second (newer) truck so that I would not put 1000 miles
>the ole truck.
>Thoughts or advice?
>oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959