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has anyone had any experience with this company as far as insuring a classic mustang?
I'm just trying to find out what are some of the better classic car insurance companies to deal with.
any help is appreciated.
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I'd be interested as well. I was thinking of switching to Grundy once the Grande is completed. I currently have Collector Car coverage through State Farm. Rates aren't too bad but I can probably save about 25% by switching.
 

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I've got it, but haven't had a claim. Basially the same price as the others. Unlimited miles, agreed value, must be garage kept & can't drive it to work.
You can go to their site & get a instant quote.
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ditto. they charge me $.65 per $100 of agree value a year.
 

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my quote was $160.00 per year for an agreed $20,000 value. if I understood correctly that was for liability, colision, and theft. little more than .65 per $100.00 but still better than statefarm, and with less hassle.
Some one was telling me about a company that started with an "H", can't remember the name tho.
anyway thanks for the input.
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I'm with Grundy.. pay $226 for $35K stated coverage.

I like there unlimited mileage clause.

There was a 69' Mach 1 at the Mustang Shoppe last Xmas that was slammed on the right side and Grundy's adjuster was there 2 days later and cut a check for full amount 10 days after that. That's what I call service. I don't know where the Mach 1 ended.
It was a sad accident. The a-hole that hit him missed me by a millimeter..
 
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