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Old September 10th, 2014, 01:06 PM
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Thanks for the input. I ended up going with Grundy Worldwide for agreed value policy. I did get quotes from Geico and State Farm however they did not offer agreed value.

My biggest fear was that I would get sideswiped by a elderly driver which there are plenty of in SW Fla or it would get stolen and then have them tell me that the claim is more than "book value" and say it's totaled. Not one agent was able to explain to me how they would come up with a value IF a claim would be submitted. For the meantime I'll only be using on weekends so I went the collector insurance route....
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Geico does indeed offer agreed value for collector cars. I just got the 2A covered thru them at a very reasonable rate. You have to call them and ask for collector car insurance. It is not on the web store.
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Geico does indeed offer agreed value for collector cars. I just got the 2A covered thru them at a very reasonable rate. You have to call them and ask for collector car insurance. It is not on the web store.
I usually recommend them because they are cheap and don't have the numerous restrictions that other classic insurance companies have.

Also because if you've put substantial money in your truck then 'customizations' are a cheap way to bring up the total value of you non-NAS D
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Geico does indeed offer agreed value for collector cars. I just got the 2A covered thru them at a very reasonable rate. You have to call them and ask for collector car insurance. It is not on the web store.

You are correct they do have agreed value coverage but not for 86 or newer. At least that is what they told me.
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