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    Hi all,
    just thought i'd share the name of a great insurance company
    they are R H classic american in essex ,01277 206911
    they've just insured my new toy for £170 less than 'Flux' quoted me &
    for better cover
    they were friendly & pleasent to deal with, & i would recomend you give them a call if your insurance is due

    note to the cinics i don't work for them,i was genuinely surprised at the service
    KICK IT IN THE GUTS & GO FOR GLORY

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    As ive said in many a post RH insurance are good
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    Quote Originally Posted by vince-305 View Post
    As ive said in many a post RH insurance are good
    i agree to that
    i only called them because they actually had what i call a real phone no;
    & not a 0844/0845 no; that costs you money ( especialy mobile) all the time
    your listening to that f'in prerecorded computer
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    My mate had a Mk2 consul and avoided an accident but doing so mounted a kerb and damaged his steering

    They paid out with no problems and as they dont use no claims it didnt harm his premium the following year

    as i said ive mentioned them a few times https://www.rodsnsods.co.uk/forum/sea...earchid=176120

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince-305 View Post
    My mate had a Mk2 consul and avoided an accident but doing so mounted a kerb and damaged his steering

    They paid out with no problems and as they dont use no claims it didnt harm his premium the following year
    hopefully i'l never have to make a claim
    but its good to here there not 'blood from a stone' like most of the others.

    KICK IT IN THE GUTS & GO FOR GLORY

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    I have been with them for years , about 10 i think and there premiums are alway good..

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    yer there realy good been with them for years. when i owned the 33 plymouth and the mustang on the road they insured both for around £250. Cheers Gaz

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    Another insurance company I've just found is Frank Pickles also with a real number. Don't know what their service is like but their premium for my truck is half of Adrian Flux and Classicline with what seems like exactly the same cover.

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    +1 (well, 2 really) for RH Classics

    Got the following on both of mine (all mods declared);
    Fully comp
    'Agreed' value (though that term seems to start debates)
    Unlimited mileage
    Breakdown cover (incl European trips)
    Unlimited windscreen
    Free salvage retention
    Cover for parts NOT fitted to vehicle

    Mustang £96
    C-20 £65

    Beat that !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barneys66 View Post
    +1 (well, 2 really) for RH Classics

    Got the following on both of mine (all mods declared);
    Fully comp
    'Agreed' value (though that term seems to start debates)
    Unlimited mileage
    Breakdown cover (incl European trips)
    Unlimited windscreen
    Free salvage retention
    Cover for parts NOT fitted to vehicle

    Mustang £96
    C-20 £65

    Beat that !!

    Hi Barney,

    I have got the same cover on my Olds £87.15, best price i could find anywhere and by a large margin as well. Been with them 4 or 5 years now, no complaints from me.

    Cheers.

    Russ.

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