Sounds like you got your speeding tickets in Maryland. Typically in Maryland if you, say we’re going 20 over the speed limit, the officer will give you 1-9 mph over as it’s only $80 and one point.I can tell you my experience so far:
I'm with State Farm for the Cobra, it's titled as a 65, no question asked, insured on an agreed value, I pay somewhere around $30 per month as an Antique vehicle... great deal.
I did the same for the Daytona, but I ended up with a picky underwriter that requested proof that the car that built more than 10 years ago, which it isn't... so I pay a lot more for this car.
I recently reached out to a collectible car broker, and was quoted $28 a month (2500 miles a year).... but I eventually got denied because I had 2 speeding tickets in the last 3 years (both of them are for speeding 1 to 9 mph above the speed limit... on a 2x3 lanes road... no comments)
So it depends on your situation/need but those are 2 options.
So they didn't believe the Title ? My title actually reads "1965 Shelby Roadster". I can't recall what they asked for-title, MSO, registration or what. They did want photos for the underwriters.Scott, at StateFarm, it seems this work if you can prove your chassis/build is more than 10 years old. I have that for my Cobra but ended up having an issue with the more recent Daytona even though it's titled as a 65, State Farm's underwriter asked for more information about the car. they seem to be more picky about this.