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    Quote Originally Posted by CruisnCobra View Post
    I've used National Corvette Museum in the past. They farm it out to American Modern insurance. I think I was able to get a proof of insurance pretty quickly without a waiting period, but don't remember for sure.

    Also, there is a guy on here who is a sponsor who does insurance.

    Sean Kammeraad @ JL Schwartz Insurance
    Phone (616) 784-7200
    Website – www.schwartzins.net
    Email – seank@schwartzins.net
    Motown Contact – Kammi10

    I believe Sean is an authorized agent for Grundy.
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    Grundy sounds like it's the way to go.

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    Sean got me hooked up with Grundy. Saved me a ton. Agreed value policy on the Buick.
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    Another vote for calling Sean.

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    Grundy here on my Z. Half of what AAA was with far more coverage due to agreed upon value.
    1999 Z28. A4. Magnaflow catback and a lid. 58k miles.
    2016 Silverado. DD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jameser View Post
    J. C Taylor everything has to be done via mail back and forth and will take some time to get approved. Grundy declined me due to me wanting to drive the car occasionaly to work and for pleasure. Still waiting to hear back again from Hagerty and a few others i have left messages for.
    You can email them or fax them. They will review your agreed value but they work fast. Its even faster when you add another vehicle or swap when you sell one and add a new one.

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    This is what I got back from grundy.
    They asked if I would ever drive it to work and I said an occasional drive to work
    They asked if I would drive it outside of shows or events and I said also an occasional pleasure ride around.



    Good afternoon,



    So I heard back from my underwriters and they have decided to decline the application due to unacceptable use. Sorry.



    Thank you,





    Katie O’Connell



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    That sucks, I don't recall having that problem when I applied with Grundy. Their website even says:

    Grundy wants you to enjoy your car, not keep track of mileage like some programs with limitations. Therefore, we give you unlimited miles for pleasure driving and in collector car-oriented activities. It is even OK if occasionally you drive your collector car to work to show it off to friends.
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    Another Grundy guy here, they were totally fine with the exact verbage like ShadowRuleZ posted. I told them not a DD, but pleasure and occasionally to work, no rain dirt roads, and I average 2-3000 miles per year if I am lucky.

    I would see if Sean can get you taken care of.

    I do need to look into the MVP program if I can roll all my cars through them and save over what I am paying for AAA for my Daily's.
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    I had a similar experience. They pushed back a little at first, but went back to underwriting and approved me for that usage (pleasure cruising, trips, occasionally to work).

    FWIW, the MVP on the DD's is roughly half of what I was paying State Farm for better coverage (500/1M vs 300/500) and agreed upon value.

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