Your agent may have a collector ins he uses for you, but State Farm does not have a collector policy nor an agreed value system. I had recently checked again with my agent (both State Farm ad Allstate) due to a problem with one of my toys and neither of them cover anything that wasn't factory installed.
I've got a agent stopping in today to see about A collectors policy for my toys. I'll let everyone know how it turns out.
I have had both Grundy and Hagerty. Claims paid out quickly with both.
Price seems to be all over the place depending on what state you live in and maybe even city. I had Hagerty for years and then I got a quote from Grundy for the same car and coverage's Grundy was $100 cheaper so I switched a few years ago.
Whoever you choose just be sure you get AGREED VALUE. Anything other then that is a crap shoot. Stated value or actual cash value is not worth having on a collector car.
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