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That time of year again, but with a twist. All mods declared for £272
Oh to be old, I've never paid so little, he,he!
Nick.

PS. I s'pose I should come clean and say it's a limited mileage classic policy, I've suddenly realised I don't do over 10k a year. Try 'Firebond' for details...
 

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Ouch, it's nearly £200 more expensive than Elephant.

Must be that they specialise in people over a certain age and livng in a low risk places.
 

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thanks for the firebond tip, insurance for just 375 for a carly 2.3 and I'm 28 in a high (ish) risk area.
 

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For many years I was insured with Richards WInes & Levy in Basildon. Then I became a sad old git and could get the T16s insured with E-sure for £220. The 9000i is with them as well for a similar amount, and so is the Truck (Peugeot 505 GRD Est) for around £200. The 'vert is on a classic policy with Lancaster for around £200 too.

The joys of being 45 ish with three loads of max'd NCB.


E-Sure don't like modified cars and you have to have 4 years NCB at least. (But you can pay monthly too
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Another company worth a sniff is Footman James, £600 may seem alot but thats fully comp for me and the missus and 6 vehicles....
Malc
 

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Hmm, Quinns would quote on a T16S, but on a CS Aero.

I'm 36, clean license, held for 4 years, 4 years no claims, and have owned a Saab Turbo and a Celica GT4 (200BHP 4x4), work in an office in IT.

Can you get much safer than that? And they can't quote online for a CS Aero?
 
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