It tends to be more unusual or rare cars that can get classic insurance from my experience. As someone said AXA need the car to be a minimum of 20 years but Autoline will look at examples from 15+
I have a Porsche Boxster insured with them. Not exactly rare but not a huge volume of them out there.
As another posted said, look at some cars that you really would consider and then give them a call to see. they are helpful. Just remember you need to have 'regular' insurance in your own name on a daily driver car to qualify for it.
first Ireland told me today they wouldn't consider anything under 20, and even at that only for certain brands - Mercs Porsches etc
Who are they covered with,my car is a 3door astra and 19 years old and have it 14 years only doing about 40 miles a week,cheers..
roughly what does that cost for each ?
Is that comprehensive?
What cover do they give,window screen breakage,third party,third party fire and theft or fully comp or others,cheers.
3rd Party F+T only. All I could get.
I've had several classic cars >15 years old but <20 years old on classic policies through First Ireland, and can still add 15 year old cars to my policy, but they don't do it anymore for new business
I believe Autoline in the North still do, but the policies are not cheap
Is Classic Tax still 30 years old?
How much was the boxter to insure on classic policy and what year is it ....if you don't mind me asking :-)
Sorry lads, forgot I posted.
My 3 are with First Ireland. Roughly about €500 for all 3 (I only added another halfway through the year so don't have a full yearly price, that's all fully comp.
My '99 Boxster is insured through First Ireland fully comp for €289, no need for a normal car insured in my name and even building up no claims bonus on this
Not available for new business though unless your car is at least 20 years old...