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    Insurance company for your gt350

    I do not own a GT350 yet but I am interested in getting one next year. Just for the heck of it, I called my insurance co today and asked what it would cost for me to add a GT350 to my policy. I was not happy with his answer.
    I have Amica, a great company but 2500.00 for a 67 year old with a great record is way out of hand.
    If you are happy with your policy, could you please pass the info to me...thanks, Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandfather View Post
    I do not own a GT350 yet but I am interested in getting one next year. Just for the heck of it, I called my insurance co today and asked what it would cost for me to add a GT350 to my policy. I was not happy with his answer.
    I have Amica, a great company but 2500.00 for a 67 year old with a great record is way out of hand.
    If you are happy with your policy, could you please pass the info to me...thanks, Tom
    If you can qualify for USAA, my premium is $562 per six months. Discounts for it being a new vehicle, multiple vehicles on policy, driving record, low annual mileage, and automatic payment plan.
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    premium is going to differ on so many factors, including where you live and what coverage you are wanting. i have minimal coverage on my 4 cars. that being said, i am in my mid-40's. i have a great driving record. i live in southern CA. i combined my home insur with my auto. i have automatic payments. we have relatively low mileage on all 4 cars (from 3k-6k miles/yr). i pay $490 per 6 mos. and this includes a brand new 2018 GT350R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightrules View Post
    premium is going to differ on so many factors, including where you live and what coverage you are wanting. i have minimal coverage on my 4 cars. that being said, i am in my mid-40's. i have a great driving record. i live in southern CA. i combined my home insur with my auto. i have automatic payments. we have relatively low mileage on all 4 cars (from 3k-6k miles/yr). i pay $490 per 6 mos. and this includes a brand new 2018 GT350R.
    What company do you have for your insurance ?

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    i'm with mercury. shop around though.

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    Another USAA guy here, but I agree that’s not always fair to advertise because less than 1% of Americans have access to it.

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    I am about the same as King, I have a good driving record. 1 No fault accident in my Roush. I am in my 50's. Texas was more expensive than CA when we first arrived in 2001.

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    Hi Granddad I too have a 2018 GT 350 Full disclosure I am an insurance agent in SF Bay area CA Like others have written insurance rates depend very much on Zip code annual miles driven and driving record. I carry high limits and $500 deductibles My annual rate with Mercury insurance co is $1050. per year. 2500 seems too high even for Rhode Island. You need to shop several brokers, direct writers and at least one captive agent such as state farm. You might want to consider moving out west we generally have lower rates with the exception of LA. Good luck

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    I have Nationwide and two separate policies for 7 vehicles.

    The GT350 added around $1300 per year full coverage, $500 deductible, high liability limits, 60+ year old drivers, excellent driver records and every discount you can think of.
    2018 GT350 - Race Red w/o stripes

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    Did Haggerty for the GT350 and my 66 coupe.

    2500 miles a year for the GT 350 and 500 for the 66.

    Agreed upon value GT350 = $56,000 66 Mustang = $25,000

    Full coverage $500K limits

    Full trailer road service

    I'm in the San Francisco East Bay - $1630 / year for both.

    The agreed upon value if their is a total lost drives the cost - I was after the agreed upon value.

    You can go on line at Haggerty and do an estimate.

    GT 350 Came in way lower than CSAA
    2017 Shelby GT 350
    2018 F250 Lariat 4X4
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