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The Unusual World of Modified Classic Cars
Classic and Modern
More are Opting to Modify Their Cars
- For instance, safety in pre-1960 cars is a big concern. Many of these cars have single cylinder braking systems – one leak and the brakes won’t work. Front disc brakes allow for more stopping power and better control while braking.
- Classic cars do not absorb the energy of a crash the same way modern cars do. You want to keep you and your family safe to enjoy many rides in the future. Considering adding seat belts. Have an expert properly install the correct restraints for the size and weight of your car.
Redefining an Original
Preservation purists say that a car is only original once, when it rolls off the line. In these modern times, staying true to this vision is a tough and potentially expensive road to travel. Whether your classic is a numbers matching original or a modified muscle, the bottom line is we love all of our cars. They are part of the family and like all families, there’s room for everyone at the table.
Collector and Classic Car Insurance for Less
Modifying a car takes creativity and hard work. Protect your customized classic with a customized insurance plan from Classic Auto Insurance. Let our friendly, knowledgeable staff answer all your questions and find the perfect policy for your needs. Visit our website at www.classicins.com and see how we can help safeguard your dream car.