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I just registered my 'stang yesterday.My agent told me that I can only insure it till 35 yrs old than I start to run into probs.
Can anyone help recommend a carrier? I want to be able to drive it(not a show car).Checked into antique ins. ,but they want it in a locked garage which don't have.

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I drive my '67 daily and she is insured here in California at full replacement value. My carrier is Farmers. This is not "Classic Car" insurance. The only problem with this is the work involved in establishing and maintaing the records necessary to document the replacement value of your Mustang. You will need lots of photos and a decent filing system. The other carrier that insures at replacement value is Auto Club (AAA) of California. I don't know about other states, though. Good Luck.

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I insured mine at Farmers Group, cost was like 440 / 6 months - regular replacement value insurance.

I now use Hagerty insurance http://www.hagerty.com, at 153 per year.

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BTW, I pay about $500 per year.

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[color:red]My '67 is running even when the power plant isn't!</font color=red>
[color:blue]1967 Coupe, v8 302 - Hers</font color=blue>
[color:purple]1990 Nissan Pathfinder - His</font color=purple>
 
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I insure through Mercury in California. I had no problem insuring my car for what I thought was it's appropriate value.. that is actual value, not sentimental value ;) I only had to send them pictures of it and they did the rest. I've heard of problems dealing w/ them if you're ever in an accident though. I pay about 400 a year.


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