Suggestions? The ones I've contacted all had minimum age limitations or insane usage requirements.If your car is a weekend only car and not a daily driver, you can get insurance with one of the classic car insurance companies. You must have a daily driver as a second car to qualify. These companies are great about the correct parts and repairs. Unlike the normal insurance companies they truly understand the owners and respect the cars.
I tried both Haggerty and Grundy on a '91 944S2 a few years back. Both declined as it was less than 25 years old at the time. IIRC there were less than a thousand '91's imported. Maybe they've changed their policies.Hagerty and Grundy are two that come to mind. I have Hagerty on a number of my cars and have been very happy. My business partner has Grundy for a new car that is a weekend fun car. They classify new cars as exotic's. You won't get them to insure a KIA or Camry, however a Porsche should not be a problem. The CEO of Hagerty is a Porsche collector. If you Google "Classic Car Insurance" you should come up with 5 or 6 additional companies. This is better insurance than you get on ever day cars from the big name insurance companies.
Greywolf,I tried both Haggerty and Grundy on a '91 944S2 a few years back. Both declined as it was less than 25 years old at the time. IIRC there were less than a thousand '91's imported. Maybe they've changed their policies.
Leland West would do it but the caveats on use were to the point of absurdity. Drive to work on a sunny Friday? Blasphemy.
I haven't tried with the CS. So far I'm with State Farm.