Collector Car Insurance for Classics, Exotics and Race Cars #keystone #auto


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Heacock Classic Car Insurance

Speak with your own Licensed Agent

Don’t be fooled – speaking with an Agent at Heacock Classic gives you a big advantage over those online insurance companies. Our experience helps you fine tune the coverages on all your cars individually, assuring you of the best protection and the best price!

A Legacy of Protection

Our passion and first-hand knowledge of classic cars came directly from Sebring in the 70’s, where Ford Heacock raced his Austin-Healey and founded the SVRA. His family has provided quality insurance protection since 1922, and perfected Agreed Value insurance for collector cars in the 80’s. Today, each car in your collection gets individual attention from your own licensed agent at Heacock Classic.

The Agreed Value Difference

Make sure your classics are protected for every cent of their value with Heacock Classic. You can rest assured there will never be any surprises if your car suffers a covered total loss. We’ll even help you find the very best shop for repairs.

The 2016 SVRA Schedule is Awesome!


Auctions America 2014 California Collector Car Auction #used #trucks #for #sale


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Gayle Anderson was live in Burbank for the  AUCTIONS AMERICA 2014 CALIFORNIA COLLECTOR CAR AUCTION, which opens TODAY, THURSDAY, JULY 31 ST. 2O14 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport and runs through Saturday, August 2, 2014. This auction features 400 rare and quirky collector cars and trucks handpicked for Southern California’s unique car culture.

Highlights from the sale include more than 60 vehicles formerly owned by noted Palm Springs collector, the late Bob Pond. Cars from the Pond collection include a 1947 Chrysler Town Country Convertible Woodie, a 1957 BMW Isetta 300, 1959 Porsche Diesel Standard Tractor, 1981 DeLorean DMC-12, 1959 Fiat Jolly 500, and a 1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible used in the film, Rain Man (1988).

Other notable cars include a 1954 Kaiser-Darrin Roadster, a 1960 Plymouth Fury Convertible, a 1946 Mercury Sportsman Convertible, a 1966 427 Shelby Cobra, and a 1953 Muntz Jet Convertible. Take a look at the complete Auctions America California Auction catalog by clicking HERE .

Doors open for preview starting at 9:00 a.m. TODAY, with the Auction starting at 1:00 p.m. Auctions will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, August 1 st and Saturday, August 2 nd. Admission prices are $20 for a day pass and $35 for a weekend pass. Admission is FREE for children under 12 years of age with an adult and active/retired military personnel and their families. On Fireman Friday, Firefighters receive FREE admission upon presentation of ID.

To reserve a room at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport, call (818) 843-6000 and ask for the ‘Auctions America Preferred Rate’. You can also click here to reserve a room.

About Auctions America

TODAY, THURSDAY, JULY 31 ST. 2014

2014 California Collector Car Auction

Doors open for preview at 9 a.m.

Auction starts at 1 p.m.

Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport


Collector cars headed for 2015 auction in Phoenix #used #suvs


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Collector cars headed for 2015 auction in Phoenix

RM Auctions plans to sell a handpicked roster of 120 blue-chip collector automobiles when it returns Jan. 15 and 16 to the Arizona Biltmore Resort Spa for the 16th annual Arizona sale.

A trio of “iconic European supercars” is among the early highlights for the auction, and other offerings include sports and racing cars, prewar classics, and poster cars of the 1970s and 1980s.

Photo by: Erik Fuller, Courtesy of RM

RM will have 120 blue-chip collectible cars at an auction at the Biltmore in January 2015.

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“We’re excited to return to the Arizona Biltmore for our 16th consecutive year. Our Arizona sale consistently kicks off the season on a strong note and we look forward to continuing that tradition in January,” said Ian Kelleher, Managing Director, RM Auctions West Coast Division.

“Add in the fact that the Arizona Biltmore is also home to the Arizona Concours d’Elegance just days prior to our auction, and it is certainly a must-visit destination during Arizona Auto Week.”

Among cars poised for RM’s Arizona auction block is a 1988 Porsche 959 ‘Komfort,’ estimated to sell for between $900,000 and $1,100,000.

RM’s Arizona sale will lift the gavel on a superb Ferrari Classiche-certified 1990 Ferrari F40, estimated to sell for between $1,150,000 and $1,350,000.

A 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT, the sixth production example of just 139 built and originally owned by a noted Japanese collector, is estimated to sell for between $575,000 and $775,000.

A 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster is estimated to sell for $950,000 to $1,200,000, and a 1962 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster restored by Rudi Company estimated to sell for $1,700,000 to $2,000,000.

Also:

– a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, estimated to sell for $2,750,000 to $3,250,000

– a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTS, estimated to sell for $2,000,000 to $2,300,000

– a 1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I, estimated to sell for $800,000 to $1,000,000

– a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa, finished in black over black and boasting its original paint, interior and tires, estimated to sell for $125,000 to $175,000

– a 1979 512 BB, showing a mere 23,000 kilometers, estimated to sell for $275,000 – $325,000.

For further information on RM’s Arizona sale, to view a frequently updated list of entries, or to discuss limited consignment opportunities, please visit www.rmauctions.com or call RM’s West Coast Division at (310) 559-4575.

RM Auctions describes itself a global leader in the collector car auction industry, offering auctions, restoration, appraisals, collection advice, private treaties, and estate sales.

To date, hundreds of million-dollar-plus automobiles have been sold at RM catalogue auctions.


Classic Car Insurance – Collector, Exotic and Antique Auto Insurance #us #auto #sales


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Comprehensive Protection for the World’s Finest Automobiles

Classic Auto Quote specializes in collectible and classic car insurance and is operated by Voyager Insurance Services, Inc. a decades long leader in the insurance industry. Since 1958 Voyager has built its reputation on recognizing that no single insurance program is right for every single customer.

Our collectible vehicle program includes antique car insurance, classic car insurance, custom car insurance, and exotic car insurance. We can also customize a program to insure your entire collection. All our policies are Agreed Value and are underwritten by an A rated or better insurance company.

We have a variety of classifications with plans to fit all collectible vehicles including but not limited to:

Antique Cars – 25 years and older

Custom Cars – 1949 to present

Classic Cars – 20-24 years old

Collectible Cars – 15-19 years old

Exotic Cars – less than 15 years old

Street Rods – Pre-1949

Various mileage plans -We provide 1,000, 3,000 and 6,000-mile plans for Antique, Classic, Collectible, Custom and Street Rods; 1,000 and 3,000-plans for Exotic and Kit cars

One flat liability rate -pay one liability rate, whether you have one or many cars on your policy *

Coverage for Street Rods and Customs -not every specialty auto carrier covers these automobiles

Agreed Value Coverage -Voyager works with you to mutually determine the amount of insurance coverage for your vehicle +

Spare Parts Coverage -up to $500 included in your policy

Towing and Labor coverage -your policy will pay to policy limits for your towing and labor costs if your vehicle breaks down while you re on the road

Autos of all Ages Eligible -if you have a newer car that may deserve collectible status, talk to us about our policy for Exotic autos. We re one of the few specialty auto insurers accepting cars newer than 15 years old

* Not available in Virginia

+ Not available in all states

Our policy offers the following coverages:

Bodily Injury Liability -pays for injury you cause to others

Property Damage Liability -pays for damage you cause to property owned by others

Uninsured Motorist -pays for bodily injury caused to you or family members by an uninsured or underinsured motorist

Collision -covers damage to your vehicle caused by colliding with another object or vehicle

Comprehensive -pays for damage caused by fire, theft, wind, hail, flood, vandalism and more

Medical Payments -pays for necessary medical services resulting from bodily injury sustained by yourself and named family members, when caused by an auto accident

Personal Injury Protection (No-Fault)-allows your own insurance policy to be the primary coverage for bodily injury to yourself or family members, when involved in an accident


Collector Car Insurance for Classics, Exotics and Race Cars #auto #troubleshooting


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Heacock Classic Car Insurance

Speak with your own Licensed Agent

Don’t be fooled – speaking with an Agent at Heacock Classic gives you a big advantage over those online insurance companies. Our experience helps you fine tune the coverages on all your cars individually, assuring you of the best protection and the best price!

A Legacy of Protection

Our passion and first-hand knowledge of classic cars came directly from Sebring in the 70’s, where Ford Heacock raced his Austin-Healey and founded the SVRA. His family has provided quality insurance protection since 1922, and perfected Agreed Value insurance for collector cars in the 80’s. Today, each car in your collection gets individual attention from your own licensed agent at Heacock Classic.

The Agreed Value Difference

Make sure your classics are protected for every cent of their value with Heacock Classic. You can rest assured there will never be any surprises if your car suffers a covered total loss. We’ll even help you find the very best shop for repairs.

The 2016 SVRA Schedule is Awesome!


Valenti Classics: The Best Muscle, Classic, Antique and Collector Cars in Wisconsin and the Midwest #auto #graphics


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Valenti News

  • Prescient Financial, Valenti Classics return as 2015 sponsors of the Milwaukee Masterpiece

Thursday, April 09, 2015

  • Women’s Resource Center – “Exotic Nights” Gala 2015
    Friday, January 23, 2015
  • See us on the front page! Valenti Classics restores vintage cars for clients around the world
    Friday, January 16, 2015
  • 2014 Concours Results
    Thursday, January 30, 2014
  • Tune into 620WTMJ with Gene Mueller
    Wednesday, January 29, 2014
  • Join us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Valenti Classics has some very exciting news!

    We have expanded our operations to better serve the classic and collector car community and are now located in the Franklin Business Park. Our service and restoration shop is approximately five times larger and all major divisions will now be housed under one roof. We will continue to offer the same great services including sales, appraisals, storage, service, restoration, one-off creations, decoding and authentication, auction assistance, consulting, estate planning and consignments.


    Classic Car Insurance – Collector, Exotic and Antique Auto Insurance #used #hondas


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    Comprehensive Protection for the World’s Finest Automobiles

    Classic Auto Quote specializes in collectible and classic car insurance and is operated by Voyager Insurance Services, Inc. a decades long leader in the insurance industry. Since 1958 Voyager has built its reputation on recognizing that no single insurance program is right for every single customer.

    Our collectible vehicle program includes antique car insurance, classic car insurance, custom car insurance, and exotic car insurance. We can also customize a program to insure your entire collection. All our policies are Agreed Value and are underwritten by an A rated or better insurance company.

    We have a variety of classifications with plans to fit all collectible vehicles including but not limited to:

    Antique Cars – 25 years and older

    Custom Cars – 1949 to present

    Classic Cars – 20-24 years old

    Collectible Cars – 15-19 years old

    Exotic Cars – less than 15 years old

    Street Rods – Pre-1949

    Various mileage plans -We provide 1,000, 3,000 and 6,000-mile plans for Antique, Classic, Collectible, Custom and Street Rods; 1,000 and 3,000-plans for Exotic and Kit cars

    One flat liability rate -pay one liability rate, whether you have one or many cars on your policy *

    Coverage for Street Rods and Customs -not every specialty auto carrier covers these automobiles

    Agreed Value Coverage -Voyager works with you to mutually determine the amount of insurance coverage for your vehicle +

    Spare Parts Coverage -up to $500 included in your policy

    Towing and Labor coverage -your policy will pay to policy limits for your towing and labor costs if your vehicle breaks down while you re on the road

    Autos of all Ages Eligible -if you have a newer car that may deserve collectible status, talk to us about our policy for Exotic autos. We re one of the few specialty auto insurers accepting cars newer than 15 years old

    * Not available in Virginia

    + Not available in all states

    Our policy offers the following coverages:

    Bodily Injury Liability -pays for injury you cause to others

    Property Damage Liability -pays for damage you cause to property owned by others

    Uninsured Motorist -pays for bodily injury caused to you or family members by an uninsured or underinsured motorist

    Collision -covers damage to your vehicle caused by colliding with another object or vehicle

    Comprehensive -pays for damage caused by fire, theft, wind, hail, flood, vandalism and more

    Medical Payments -pays for necessary medical services resulting from bodily injury sustained by yourself and named family members, when caused by an auto accident

    Personal Injury Protection (No-Fault)-allows your own insurance policy to be the primary coverage for bodily injury to yourself or family members, when involved in an accident


    Is Bring a Trailer Auctions the best way to sell your collector car online? We listed this MGC GT and found out #auto #air #conditioning #repair


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    Is Bring a Trailer Auctions the best way to sell your collector car online? We listed this MGC GT and found out

    BaT Auctions isn’t taking aim at the titans, and that’s great for enthusiasts

    The barrier to entry for new online auction sites had seemed pretty impregnable — 15 feet of electrified chain-link topped with razor wire impregnable. Hell, if Amazon failed miserably at it, why would Bring a Trailer. a relatively small Bay Area-based site (albeit one with an impressive cult following) take a shot at eBay?

    Probably because it thought it could be done better. Isn t that the dream of most startups that take on entrenched market leaders? Having sold my share of cars on eBay Motors over the years, and now having sold my first on BaT — a 1968 MGC GT — I m in a reasonable position to talk about how it s done.

    BaT is never going to compete with eBay on volume, nor does it want to. It takes a selective/curated approach to what it does, not unlike the leading catalog auction houses in the live-auction world. If BaT doesn t think its audience will find a car interesting, the car won t be listed.

    A live-updating comment section, a BaT hallmark found at the bottom of each post, adds a unique and often helpful aspect to each listing. Unlike eBay, where sellers can choose to publish their answers to bidder questions (or not), followers get to publicly grill the seller on BaT; the threads often break 100 comments.

    I ve always said that the old-car hobby has its share of insufferable know-it-alls, and to be sure there is some of that in the BaT community, but legitimate subject matter experts almost always show up and I generally learn something from the comments. Abusive or patently unhelpful comments can also be flagged for removal by the community. (The MGC auction had a total of 95 comments and bids; you can read through the thread, as well as the totally transparent bid history, at the bottom of the archived listing to get a good feel for the typical back-and-forth.)

    Car Life

    Movers and shakers: Bring a Trailer founder Randy Nonnenberg

    He can t tell you what got him hooked, but California native Randy Nonnenberg has always had a thing for automotive classifieds. He d scour papers for interesting cars when he should have.

    With relatively low volume and just $250 for a listing fee, plus a 5 percent buyer s premium paid by the auction winner, BaT s sell-through rate needs to be high — and at over 84 percent, it is. They appear to achieve that rate by doing some of the same things that the better live auction companies do: they write good descriptions, curate compelling cars and manage sellers expectations effectively. In my case, I suggested a particular reserve price and was gently told that I needed to consider something slightly lower (which I did).

    BaT seems to follow other practices of the better live auction companies, too, like lining up a critical mass of interested/qualified bidders (all of whom have credit cards on file with BaT to ensure legitimacy).

    Of late, eBay seems to be producing more lookers than bidders; I ve conducted eBay auctions that have had over 4,000 views and 200-plus followers, yet haven t translated into good results. In fact, the last two cars that I sold on eBay went to dealers, a sure sign that a car sold for under the money. Few things piss me off more than seeing my car for sale on a dealer s site, two hours after the auction ends (with my photos) for 20 percent more than I realized — money clearly and painfully left on the table.

    BaT, by contrast, seems like more of a retail market. And the last-second sniping that is so annoying about eBay? It doesn t exist on BaT. The clock resets to three minutes after each late bid.

    Further, and unlike eBay, where an unsuccessful seller s only option is to relist the car, BaT does what live auction companies do, continuing to assist in marketing the car in the rare instance that it doesn t meet reserve.

    On the whole, BaT founder Randy Nonnenberg has created something that eBay, as a publicly traded company with big expectations, can t: a vibrant, serious online niche market for interesting collector cars.

    To find out how to list your car or to register to bid, visit BaT Auctions .


    Collector Car Insurance #auto #tinting


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    Hagerty Collector Car Insurance

    Why Hagerty ?

    We re as passionate about cars as you are. Our deep knowledge of cars and their owners allows us to offer you better collector car insurance coverage for less.

    Guaranteed Value Coverage

    Flexible Usage

    Our policy allows you occasional pleasure use with no fixed mileage restrictions**. With Hagerty, you can go for a weekend drive, take your vehicle up to the local ice cream shop or attend unlimited events and cruises.

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    Hagerty Plus Roadside Service and Benefits

    Expert Claims Handling

    Our job is protecting your collector car, and we’re very good at our job. In the event of a claim, we offer stock original replacement parts to ensure your investment is covered and your car is restored to its former glory. We even have a parts specialist on staff to hunt down rare and hard to find parts.

    %img src=”https://www.hagerty.com/%3C/p%3E%0D%0A%3Cp%3E/media/Images/USHome/Insurance/Classic” /% *Figure based upon 2014 consumer data collected by Hagerty on single car quotes, with premiums $5000 and under, from several daily driver (or Everyday ) auto insurance carriers.

    You’ll Save Money

    Because we specialize in collector car insurance, our premiums are up to 43% lower* than daily driver insurance.


    Collector cars headed for 2015 auction in Phoenix #online #auto #auctions


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    Collector cars headed for 2015 auction in Phoenix

    RM Auctions plans to sell a handpicked roster of 120 blue-chip collector automobiles when it returns Jan. 15 and 16 to the Arizona Biltmore Resort Spa for the 16th annual Arizona sale.

    A trio of “iconic European supercars” is among the early highlights for the auction, and other offerings include sports and racing cars, prewar classics, and poster cars of the 1970s and 1980s.

    Photo by: Erik Fuller, Courtesy of RM

    RM will have 120 blue-chip collectible cars at an auction at the Biltmore in January 2015.

    RM will have 120 blue-chip collectible cars at an auction at the Biltmore in January 2015. less

    “We’re excited to return to the Arizona Biltmore for our 16th consecutive year. Our Arizona sale consistently kicks off the season on a strong note and we look forward to continuing that tradition in January,” said Ian Kelleher, Managing Director, RM Auctions West Coast Division.

    “Add in the fact that the Arizona Biltmore is also home to the Arizona Concours d’Elegance just days prior to our auction, and it is certainly a must-visit destination during Arizona Auto Week.”

    Among cars poised for RM’s Arizona auction block is a 1988 Porsche 959 ‘Komfort,’ estimated to sell for between $900,000 and $1,100,000.

    RM’s Arizona sale will lift the gavel on a superb Ferrari Classiche-certified 1990 Ferrari F40, estimated to sell for between $1,150,000 and $1,350,000.

    A 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT, the sixth production example of just 139 built and originally owned by a noted Japanese collector, is estimated to sell for between $575,000 and $775,000.

    A 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster is estimated to sell for $950,000 to $1,200,000, and a 1962 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster restored by Rudi Company estimated to sell for $1,700,000 to $2,000,000.

    Also:

    – a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, estimated to sell for $2,750,000 to $3,250,000

    – a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTS, estimated to sell for $2,000,000 to $2,300,000

    – a 1979 Lamborghini Countach LP400S Series I, estimated to sell for $800,000 to $1,000,000

    – a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa, finished in black over black and boasting its original paint, interior and tires, estimated to sell for $125,000 to $175,000

    – a 1979 512 BB, showing a mere 23,000 kilometers, estimated to sell for $275,000 – $325,000.

    For further information on RM’s Arizona sale, to view a frequently updated list of entries, or to discuss limited consignment opportunities, please visit www.rmauctions.com or call RM’s West Coast Division at (310) 559-4575.

    RM Auctions describes itself a global leader in the collector car auction industry, offering auctions, restoration, appraisals, collection advice, private treaties, and estate sales.

    To date, hundreds of million-dollar-plus automobiles have been sold at RM catalogue auctions.