Just got off the phone with Robbin. We are getting my coverage together as we speak.
FFR MK III picked up 9/24/05 Roller 9/28/05 First start & go-cart 11/28/05 red w/white stripes PC Chassis, heat/defrost, PS Eng 15's, footbox vents, radio delete, Breeze headrest, dual quad 427W, rebuilt T5, 4 link w/3.27's, Koni's all around, Gen 1 rag top, snapless tonneau, Herb's door panels, NRC rear discs, paint by Gino's in Rowley, MA
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I changed to Robbin at Midwest Classics a couple of years ago. Cobra insurance for the same coverage is 40% cheaper. Last year I got Robbin to insure my 06 Mustang as a classic. It'a garage kept, very low mileage keeper. Saved a lot on that deal.
You Corvetta guys need to check with Robbin to see if you can save some money and increase your coverage.
I highly recomment Midwest Classics
Lone Star Cobra 354 ci (3.47" x 4.03" 302 motor) EFI 402 rwhp & 416 rwtq with 37,000 miles, Custom Painted 06 Mustang & RCR GT 40, 302 with Eight Stack Injection system
Just curious. Does Midwest Classic would insure some FFR in CANADA ?
FFR 6872 base kit with 92' donor. 5.0L EFI T5 3.73 4 links.Tubular LCA. 4 wheel disc.
Feb14 2009 Pick up .
May 02 2009 Start build.
July22 2009 Roller.
July 25 2009 Motor in.
August 10 2009 Motor running !
October 18 2009 Gokart ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhni-JPOnNs
June 1 2010 Paint shop.
July 22 On the road !
Winter 2010: Motor upgrade 347-Powerjection III
Summer 2012: spun bearing
Spring 2013: Built myself a new engine.(with a bigger oil pan)
Thanks for the kind words guys I really appreciate it. I am sorry I did not see these other posts and did not have the post set to let me know when someone did post on here. We do not write in Canada, Alaska, or Hawaii.
That is where a "driving event" comes in. They are not timed so there is no racing the clock or other cars or scoring. Just some spirited driving on an off-road course closed to public traffic. But if you should wreck your car-too bad. Don't try to fabricate a story to let the insurance cover it. They do have a way of finding out the truth.
As they say- don't run a car on the track you can't afford to wreck and write off.
Generally one who is not supposed to have negative character,If the insurance is not fabricated in the driving event then how could one survive with his wrecked car?I think if any damage caused in an event or incident is responsible to the concerned authorities.
Based on the recommendations here, I called Robbin at Midwest Classics. 1-888-271-4000. I highly recommend him to anyone searching for insurance. He's knowledgeable, and the insurance was exactly what I needed. His quote was very reasonable…and he did what he said he was going to do…when he said he’d do it.
I highly recommend Robbin to anyone shopping for insurance. Shop around first…but make sure you ask the other companies when you can drive the car. Their answers will shock you.
(And this is in SoCal CA where rates are WAY higher than a lot of other places....)
You ain't lived in S FLA :-) You guys don't know how good you have it [OK when it comes to auto insurance :-) I've lived in Ft Laud and San Diego, so I know.......]
PS: I went with Robin @ Midwest, Happy customer!!
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I probably just got lucky but back in 2006 when I called up USAA, my auto/home ins., they asked me basic questions and I stated it was a 2005 cobra replica and they were fine with it. I did have to talk to a second level insurance person of some sort but I'm fully insured with no restrictions what so ever.
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