No One’s Stealing My Baby

It doesn’t matter who or where you are with your collector car – you can’t let it be a target for thieves who are always on the lookout for an opportunity. As the spring and summer approach, many collectors will be moving their vehicles. Whether you are transporting your supercar from Florida to New York, shipping a newly purchased vehicle from Washington, DC, or exhibiting at a car show in California, have a plan in place to keep it safe. Continue reading

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Keeping Your Treasured Vehicles Safe

For those who love their collector cars, keeping them safe and sound is a top priority. Whether you own antique classic cars, 1950s/60s/70s muscle cars, supercars, antique trucks or military vehicles – you likely have a deep emotional connection to your collection. These treasures are to be stored and secured with the highest devotion and care.

And so, they should be. Top classics are demanding prices well over $100,000 these days, so protecting them from theft and damage is a wise decision. When storing your vehicle in a storage facility or protected garage, here are some tips to keep in mind:
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What Car Enthusiasts Should Know About the Collector Car Market

At the recent Monterey Car Week, auctioneers pulled in just under $340 million in sales. While not chump change, it was well below 2015 results ($396 million, for reference). As I explained in a recent conversation with Independent Agent, sales … Continue reading

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Collector Cars Require Special Expertise

Classic car buffs will likely know the difference between a 1967 Pontiac GTO and a 1967 Plymouth Barracuda. The horsepower, the torque, the available engine sizes, the number of barrels in the carburetor and zero-to-sixty times, are some of the … Continue reading

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