Try Haggerty Classic Car INsurance. All they need is pictures of
the car and the garage that its kept in. No 'official' inspection at all.
Just make sure that you ahve a 'regular' car as a daily driver. They
turned me down because they would not belive that my bicycle and then
my motorcycle were my daily drivers with the car hardly ever going out...
> I called my insurance agent to make sure that the policy on my 68-2000 had
> enough coverage considering the fact that I put a bunch of money in to it
> this winter (new engine). As I suspected, they said that the most they
> would reimburse on a total loss would be around $2900. I said that I
> would like to change the policy to a "stated value" policy and that I
> would be happy to show them receipts and pay the extra premium.
> They told me that they require an appraisal on the car by a licensed
> appraiser. Now, I'm definitely not in the mood to spend another $125-$200
> bucks for someone to tell me how much my roadster is worth. I know how
> much it's worth.
> So now I'm moving ALL my policies to another insurance company who said
> they had no problem looking at the car themselves and looking over my
> receipts and giving me a stated value policy.
> Who else has run into this and was an appraisal required? Can anyone
> recommend an insurance company who is in tune with classic cars (pun fully
> Thanks in advance,
> Ken Pearce, 68-2000
> Lawrence, KS (B.C. or bust starting tonight! Woo Hoo!)
> Ken Pearce
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