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Owning an American classic car entails a great amount of maintenance. Because these are rare cars, owners of these vehicles often go to great lengths in making sure their cars stay in the best condition possible. They are also willing to spend a fortune on car insurance just to make sure their cars are protected from unfortunate events.  Looking for the right insurance coverage is very important if you own an American classic car. American classics are great assets. These vintage vehicles are assets which will continue to increase in value through time. This is one of the many reasons, you as a car owner, should take care of your vintage vehicle. You never know how much you car will cost in the future.

There are many ways to protect your car. You can drive safely on the road and install security devices in your vehicle but these things are not enough to protect your car from accidents and the expenses you may have to pay for damages and repairs. To keep your car protected and avoid financial loss, you should get an American classic insurance for your car.

Classic Car Ins offers the best coverage for American classic cars. You won't go wrong with our insurance policy. Get a free antique auto insurance quote from us and contact us for more information on our policies.


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is Vice President of Classic Automobile Insurance Agency, Inc. Classic Automobile Insurance Agency has been protecting collector, classic and exotics since 1992.

Posted: 5/31/2012 9:00:00 AM with 0 comments


Classic Advice on Street Rod Insurance

 


Specialty vehicle insurance is a type of car insurance given for cars that are at least a couple of decades old. Vintage cars have different needs compared to regular everyday vehicles.

When assessing your car for its value, the features of the car, model, horsepower, distinct mechanical system, customized parts and other factors are all looked into to come up with the value for it. Once a classic car insurance agency has decided on the value of your car, they will discuss it with you and let you have the chance to say how much you think your car is worth. The process will end once an agreement between you and the company regarding the car's value have been made.

If you are looking for street rod insurance for your vehicle, it is best that you have background knowledge about your car.  You also have to justify why you are giving such value to your car so that you and the company can arrive at a reasonable price for your car that both of you are comfortable with.

Classic Auto Insurance makes insuring vintage cars easy. Get a free quote from us and learn more about our services today.


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is Vice President of Classic Automobile Insurance Agency, Inc. Classic Automobile Insurance Agency has been protecting collector, classic and exotics since 1992.

Posted: 5/30/2012 9:00:00 AM with 0 comments


The Importance of Classic Car Insurance

 


Many vintage car owners wonder about the importance of insuring their collectible cars. They often think it is not necessary because classic cars are not used often. This is often a misconception. Classic car insurance gives you many benefits. If your car breaks down unexpectedly, another vehicle damages it or was stolen, the insurer pays for it therefore minimizing expenses. Aside from that, it also gives you additional perks like auto road service and car club membership.

Getting classic car insurance ensures that you are covered for any unexpected circumstances. You can never tell when your vehicle will break down or an accident might happen. Not getting your classic car insured will cause you out-of-pocket expenses when you least expect it. Aside from financial coverage in case of an accident, you also get auto roadside service. You’ll never know when you’ll need this service. Even if your vehicle is fully restored, there are unexpected events like tires suddenly blowing out, carburetors clogging or a gasoline line leaking. This is where auto roadside service becomes handy. You need to have the best roadside assistance program for your classic car. Ordinary auto roadside services may not always know how to repair classic cars. Wherever you are, help is just a phone call away. Classic car insurance also gives you car club membership where you can interact with other classic car owners and participate on their activities.

Contact a Classic Car Ins and ask for more information on classic car insurance or get your free antique auto insurance quote today.


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is Vice President of Classic Automobile Insurance Agency, Inc. Classic Automobile Insurance Agency has been protecting collector, classic and exotics since 1992.

Posted: 5/29/2012 9:00:00 AM with 0 comments


18th Annual Hot Rod Power Tour 2012 Kicks off on June 2nd

Hot Rod Power Tour
 

If you’re a fan of performance cars of all makes and models, you don’t want to miss this year’s annual Hot Rod Power Tour presented by the GM Performance Division. The tour kicks off on June 2nd in Detroit at the GM Proving Grounds in Milford and then continues through six more cities with Arlington, TX, being the final stop on June 8.           

The annual event gives the participants a chance to tour the country and show off their performance cars and custom creations as well as meet up with fellow car enthusiasts to compete, race, and network. Cruise Nights will be held in the host cities and feature giveaways, sponsor and staff interviews, vendor booths, and live entertainment. Those who follow the entire route are dubbed “Long Haulers” and are eligible to attend a special ceremony honoring these participants with awards.

The 2012 schedule is as follows:

  • Saturday June 2, Detroit (Milford), MI, GM Proving Grounds
  • Sunday June 3, Muskegon, MI, Downtown Muskegon
  • Monday June 4, Champaign, IL, Assembly Hall, University of Illinois
  • Tuesday June 5 - Madison, IL - Gateway Motorsports Park
  • Wednesday June 6 - Miami, OK - Buffalo Run Casino
  • Thursday June 7 - Stillwater, OK - Kicker Corporate Complex
  • Friday June 8 - Arlington, TX - QuikTrip Park
  • Saturday June 9 - Long Hauler Awards (*Long Haulers Only) - Location TBA

For more information on this year’s Hot Rod Power Tour, visit the Hot Rod Magazine website.

If you are participating in summer car events with your hot rod, you should make sure you are protected with the best hot rod car insurance. Classic Auto Insurance offers competitive rates and roadside assistance to keep you on the road with your street rod. Contact us today for a free online hot rod insurance quote.


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is Vice President of Classic Automobile Insurance Agency, Inc. Classic Automobile Insurance Agency has been protecting collector, classic and exotics since 1992.

Posted: 5/28/2012 9:00:00 AM with 0 comments


Indy 500 Pace Car History

1964 Ford Mustang Indy 500 Pace Car
 

The pace cars selected for the Indy 500 race and their associated celebrity drivers are an anticipated highlight of the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” since 1911. The pace cars were brought in to allow for a “rolling start” which is credited to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway founder Carl G. Fisher. Pace cars in recent years have been driven by celebrities for the starting unscored warm-up lap with experienced race drivers taking the honors during the race itself.

In 1911, the first Indy 500 pace car was a Stoddard-Dayton driven by Carl G. Fisher. Fisher drove the pace cars through 1915, his final pace car being a Packard “6.” Early pace cars and drivers varied afterward and included Louis Chevrolet in 1926 with a Chrysler Imperial “80,” Edsel Ford in 1932 with his Lincoln, and Henry Ford II in 1946 with a Lincoln Continental. Other models used for pace cars include the Chevrolet Bel Air in 1955, Oldsmobile 98 in 1960, Ford Mustang in 1964, Chevrolet Camaro in 1967, and Dodge Challenger in 1971.

Since 1936, tradition has the winner of the Indianapolis 500 receiving the pace car or a replica of that year’s pace car. Many of the actual pace cars are owned by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or the car manufacturers. Because of the rarity of the Indy 500 pace cars, they are highly collectible. Muscle car enthusiasts look for distinctive features such as four-point racing harnesses, flags, or strobe lights to determine if a car is really a pace car or if it is instead a replica or Indy 500 festival car.

If you collect rare cars such as Indy 500 pace cars, you need collector car insurance that can cover your classic collection. Classic Auto Insurance offers low rates, agreed value, roadside assistance, and car club membership discounts. Contact us today for a free collector car insurance quote online.


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is Vice President of Classic Automobile Insurance Agency, Inc. Classic Automobile Insurance Agency has been protecting collector, classic and exotics since 1992.

Posted: 5/26/2012 9:00:00 AM with 0 comments


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