[Healeys] Off Reservation
engl at accesscomm.ca
Fri Dec 20 06:38:27 MST 2019
Good Morning Mike
Some (most?) classic car insurance limits the amount of “daily driver” activities you can do with your classic car. I’d check with your insurance broker as he/she should be able to provide you with some good advice on which way to go.
From: Healeys [mailto:healeys-bounces at autox.team.net] On Behalf Of Michael MacLean
Sent: December 19, 2019 8:48 PM
Subject: [Healeys] Off Reservation
Going off the reservation a bit. This Saturday I am picking up a 1969 MGB GT from a local British car mechanic. Only two problems with it are a 2018 registration and a weak battery. The engine has a Weber side draft carb, wire wheels, good paint and no radio. I wanted something I could lock up when I go in the store. At least I can drive it over the winter months.
What kind of insurance should I get for this car? Classic car insurance? Regular insurance will just insure it as an old car. I don't have room for it in my garage. What's a good car cover?
Don't worry, still have the Bugeye and the BN2. That won't change
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