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Collector Car Insurance
A collector car’s age, rarity, value, unique features, limited use, availability of parts and services, and popularity across generations make it more desirable than a “daily use” auto.
One of the most inclusive classic auto and collector car insurance policies in the industry
- muscle cars
- classic cars
- street rods
- military vehicles
- fire engines
- restorations in process
Collector car insurance is all about the “agreed value”
American Modern is rebuilding a 1965 Chevy Malibu SS. Take a look at the project.
Collector car owners spend a lot of time keeping them in the best possible condition. Repairs need to be done right. Here are five recommendations when evaluating a shop.
- Ask around at a car show or collector club. Word of mouth is a pretty reliable method to find a knowledgeable mechanic and experienced shop. Make sure the shop knows the make and model of your car. If a shop doesn’t have any cars like it in the garage, they’re probably not for you. Ask for references. Good shops are proud of their work and keep records of satisfied customers. They will be happy to share. Look at cars they are working on now. If you see shoddy repair, stay away. Your car is older, so don’t worry about seeing shop equipment that is not state-of-the-art. Some of the best shops have top quality equipment that is 50 to 60 years old.