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if anybody can help me on info to get a car loan and insurance. i am in the process of buying a 69 mach 1. i have a harley to get rid of first, wife says one toy only, and need to get some info. any help will be appreciated. harold
 

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My 21 year old son got a loan on his 66 Mustang for $9500. He was turned down by numerous places first before finally getting accepted at Key Bank. Even his credit union where he had an account for several years turned down loaning on a classic car - wouldn't go beyond 1991! Key Bank was great to work with a young person on a classic car, but he had a few years of a small amount of good credit and three years at a decent job.
We have all our classics insured with Hagerty. It's cheap even for my son. But the stang can't be your primary transportation.
Good luck.

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you have to be in the navy or related to someone who is, I went through navy federal, 7.5%on 5 year $7000=about $150 a month. Progressive is good, for just liability coverage I pay $59, and second car discount went up $5 a month. But I drive a daily driver with spray can paint. I live in San Fran Bay area, if that give you any idea for insurance.
 

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I use Hagerty for insurance. Click here for a novel way to buy a car. Not for everyone, however.

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