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Old 07-22-2006, 07:00 AM
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Question Historic Plates and Insurance?

I have a 78' F150 4x4 that I would like to register as a Historic Vehicle. Where do I go fopr cheap Insurance, without a lot of hassle? I need to be able to park it on the street to do my flatbed.

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Most of antique vehicles insurance companies want the vehicle kept in a locked garage. Try www.nysdmv.com for more info.
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I tried to do the same with my '74 going through State Farm, but for some reason it didn't work. They have a long list of requirments and wasn't feasable.
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Hagerty, you need a garage and the truck better be rust free and solid as a rock. Pictures required.
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Oh, and you also need a daily driver registered.
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