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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 6:35 am 
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Location: maryland
Can anybody give me a lead on some cheap insurance for my 359 which I only use as a historic vehicle? maybe 100 miles a year.

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Location: Cortland NY - Huskietown U.S.A.
I am with State Farm and they required an appraisal.

I pay under 300 with historic plates.

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I'm with JC Taylor, cheap but very limited coverage, bobtail only. I heard that they're not taking new accounts but you could try. No appraisal needed just a photo. Best coverage around is Gulfway. They advertize in Wheels of Time. You can tow a trailer loaded with your other trucks. No mileage limits. Around $500 a year for most trucks.


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I second what Huskiedrive said. I have J.C. Taylor it is inexpensive but cannot pull your own trailer. I thinl I will go with Gulfway as you can pull your trailer and other antique trucks (owned).


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State Farm gave me me $250/500 coverage on my '55 F-600 for $125 a year where Gulfway wanted $240 for the same. When I get my 358LL roadworthy and will he hauling other trucks on and behind it, My agent said he would have to do a bunch of checking to what they will allow?? Probably will end up with Gulfway.
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I pay Gulfway $421 for the tractor and a 12,000 equipment trailer. I have hagerty for my Willys and its dirt cheap but they are jerks as far as doing anything with the truck.


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