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Semi Proffessional Prat
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Seconded, considerably cheaper than the rest when I insured my Impala. Also do good rates on breakdown cover.
There's good and bad in all companies. Adrian Flux have a good name.
However there is thread on VT at the moment of a girl (insured with AF) with Mk1 Golf, got rear ended. Garage can't find the repair parts, and have basically told her, we will give you the money for new panels, give us back our courtesy car. I would have thought that's why we have insurance, to get things repaired.
 

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Why isn't it 1963?
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Just recently had to make a claim with Footman & James,and after the way it was dealt with,I won't use anyone else.10 out of 10
Paul
 

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Exceeded sell by date
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I use the NSRA scheme and consider it a fair one though you need to be a member.
I have insured with Flux a numbe rof times and the price was always fair but each year at renewal time they got something wrong and I got fed up with the aggro of ringing them to put things right. Just gave the impression that they were cheap for a reason.
 

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Flux have been totaly professional and fantastic on price, I have used them for abt 20 years on choppers, rods, customs etc. Wouldn't go anywhere els!...and when I have they normaly shit themselves when you tell em wot you want insure an whack the price up!...
 

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gas hog
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used to use adrian flux on my 70 challenger, then changed to sureterm as they were £96 cheaper, i use flux on my saab aero if i pay it off in one go they fine if its monthly installments its an extra £100 on top of the premium, guess they all got you by the balls in the end :shake:
 

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I'm Not Jed Clampett
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Hi Ratrod 1,

I am with Vince on this one, RH Classic Insurance.

Cheers.

Russ.
+1 for Richardson Hosken, especially good if you have more than one car. I have three cars on a single policy -the insurance includes breakdown recovery too. RH are OK with modified cars, but not sure how you'd get on with insuring something radical though.

HTH.
 

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Be it a race car, but tryed to insure "Money Hungry" on laid up and in transit to track, with AON/Footman James/Adrain Flux/Specialistcars and all said NO !
don't do one for historic racecars?:shake: Roger can you think of any insurance company's who would as l would have imaged the Lola T70 may well have been?
 
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