Specialty car insurance for highly modified cars

565bbchevy

565bbchevy

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Aug 8, 2011
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So I currently have Leland West for my Monte and got my new bill and I am now being under written by AXA ART Insurance so now I am on the hunt to see what is out there for my application.
So things like running nitrous and having roll bars in a street driven car seem to be limiting factors finding someone to insure me.
I also need things like agreed value and buyback options.
And preferably discounts for secure location, classic plates etc. and I accept that limited use and mileage will most likely be part of this.
I know there are quite a few companies for basic "classic cars" but I need one that will insure what realistically is a street legal race car.



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oldsmobile joe

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check with hagerty.
 
565bbchevy

565bbchevy

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I think JC Taylor will do Pro Street. Why even mention the nitrous? That sounds like the deal breaker to me.
For my current insurance I had to send a lot of detailed pictures and even though it blends in well you can see the nitrous plate and solenoids and a second fuel line on my engine
 
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Clone TIE Pilot

Clone TIE Pilot

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I think JC Taylor will do Pro Street. Why even mention the nitrous? That sounds like the deal breaker to me.
Omitting infomation like that will void the insurance contract in case an accident does occur. Insurance companies always look for any way to weasel out of payment.
 
motorheadmike

motorheadmike

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Sounds like you are in desperate need of a turbo or supercharger.
 
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565bbchevy

565bbchevy

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Gonzo1970

Gonzo1970

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I think JC Taylor will do Pro Street. Why even mention the nitrous? That sounds like the deal breaker to me.
For my current insurance I had to send a lot of detailed pictures and even though it blends in well you can see the nitrous plate and solenoids and a second fuel line on my engine
Photoshop!!! :LOL:


Omitting infomation like that will void the insurance contract in case an accident does occur. Insurance companies always look for any way to weasel out of payment.
Then... the sensible one steps in.... *sigh*

(hes right tho! any reason not to pay, they'll find it)

-Gonz
 
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