> From: Sumner Weisman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: fred thomas <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: LBC Insurance
> Date: Tuesday, April 14, 1998 5:01 PM
> Thanks, Fred.
> Right now, I'm paying about $350. Of course, I can drive it any time any
> where. Garage kept and 2500 miles per year are no problem. Since I
> retired last year I don't take it to work ( I used to now and then -- 50
> mile round trip, just to make my friends envious!). But, I still want to
> drive it any day I want, not just to car shows.
> Thanks for the info.
> > From: fred thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > To: Sumner Weisman <email@example.com>
> > Subject: Re: LBC Insurance
> > Date: Tuesday, April 14, 1998 12:39 AM
> > Sumner Weisman wrote:
> > >
> > > I have been insuring my TR-3 through the same company that insures my
> > > two cars. I have less coverage than the other two so it's less
> > > I recently read a magazine article called "Don't Pay Too Much to
> > > Classic", telling about companies that specialize in insuring old
> > > Two were mentioned -- Condon & Skelly (St. Paul Insurance Co.), and
> > > Agency (Chubb's classic car policies). The prices seem to be very
> > > Has anyone had experience with these companies? Good or bad? Or,
> should I
> > > keep what I have had for years even though it's probably much more
> > >
> > > Sumner Weisman
> > > Framingham, Mass.
> > > 62 TR3-B
> > Sumner, speciality ins. cos. put many limitations on you, such as, 2500
> > miles per year, must be garage kept, no driving to work/pleasure, ex.
> > shows or club functions, absolutely no shopping centers, no trips
> > club related, a lot of hassles but cheap. I have my T/R 3-A for 25,000
> > agreed value, no deduct. and 12 months full coverage w/everything you
> > possibly think of $157.00 per year. But as I say a lot of restrictions
> > and yes I have had a 6500.00 claim with no hassles. My 31 Model "A"
> > rolled down my driveway and into a ditch, no problems with the claim.