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Winter's over and spring is in full swing. I peeled the cover off and started the Ferrari the other day. I had not removed the battery last fall due to not having time to properly store the car. I put the charger on it and when I hit the key it fired right up. God I love that Crane Cams ignition.

Got my bill from American Collectors Insurance Company for my annual premium. $210 for a full year of agreed value coverage. The car's agreed value is $27,000 and there is no deductable. Now that's a great deal!!

Can't wait to run it down the road!
 

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Boxer said:
Wow, insurance rates in Europe are much higher, even under the best classic policies.
on daily cars yes
but on classics you can get REALLY good deals,
over here i can get a classic insurred for, i believe, €80 a year or something
i think i still have a brochure from that company, but they specialise in classics
and there are some limitations in mileage and not driving it daily to work and stuff
 

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Dj Dirk said:
Boxer said:
Wow, insurance rates in Europe are much higher, even under the best classic policies.
on daily cars yes
but on classics you can get REALLY good deals,
over here i can get a classic insurred for, i believe, €80 a year or something
i think i still have a brochure from that company, but they specialise in classics
and there are some limitations in mileage and not driving it daily to work and stuff
Yes and no. For lower value cars with limited insurance you can get very good deals. More comprehensive and flexible coverage is more expensive than the US (but still cheaper than "normal" insurance).
 
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