I just got my 1996 Bronco that was built by Solo Motorsports ($90k in receipts) insured for a value of $70k for $185/month. This is the guy to call! Ed Caceres 408-717-7277 the company is called Safeco Insurance.
VP Of Personal Lines Insurance
Arizona Branch Office
Click on the Auto and the home Icon and run a Quote, and save some money. firstname.lastname@example.org millwardagency.com
***The number above is his personal cell phone you can text or call him
thats good you were able to do this. is there any restrictions?
the biggest problem for most is being able to prove the value. a lot of trucks have been to multiple shops and or cash deals, used/rebuilt parts, garage fab with no documentation. then when it is done, cant pay the higher insurance cost.
can get a professional appraiser to give a value. as long as it is a certifiable appraiser most insurance co will take it. then it is easier to sell because the buyer can get financing at a bank.
Do you know how the appraisal part works? Do they send someone, or can you have someone appraise it yourself? I don’t think most insurance companies have someone that knows the value of off-road parts. I’d be curious how I’d be able to make this happen without being able to provide receipts like mentioned above.
grundy and other hot rod insurance company's specialize in .....hot rods and classic cars. years ago before i gave up on this quest, i called them all and they were very afraid of what i wanted. they had restrictions on mileage, storage. only insure to and from shows. and age restrictions as far as it had to be a pre 76.
all of them wanted a "professional" appraisal by a licensed person or receipts.
did not ask about coverage in baja. never got that far in the conversation. i highly doubt it.
i used to have a number for a appraiser. i am sure anyone can call any legit shop and they will know. solo, sano, jimco, stewert race works.....
i may look back into this for myself. on a side note, if you are thinking of selling a high end truck, the person can get finance if you have an appraisal.