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Not too happy with Grundy

Discussion in 'E36/7 Z3 (1996-2002)' started by Healeydays, Apr 13, 2018.

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    Healeydays

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    So I decided to get some agreed value insurance for my 2001 3.0 with 22,000 miles on it and went to Grundy to get that policy and I was turned down due to I told them I would use it for pleasure drives and in an emergency I might want to drive it as a back-up car and I was turned down. Wow...
    I'm a 62 year old guy who bought this thing as a weekend car that I can take out for a nice drive without having major restrictions on it. I guess they only want to insure parade cars and trailer queens. Am I going to see this from the other major collectible insurers?
    Not happy
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    MGarrison

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    No experience w/ 'em, so I don't know - report back what you find out!

    Welcome to forums btw!
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    charlson89

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    I have my M5 through progressive now and liberty before and had no issue. I drive the car way less than I would like too. I would try some other companies I know we get a CCA discount with liberty so maybe start there?
    Welcome to the forums sorry your first post had to be not so fun!

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