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Looking for pro/cons of putting Antique or Classic tags on my 1964 1/2 260 V8 car I just purchased
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Antique= no state inspection or emissions inspection

Classic= no emissions inspection, but yearly safety inspection is required.

In both cases, you cannot use the vehicle as a daily driver. They are for "occasional" use only, eg. car shows, parades etc. With that said, I have never been stopped to check how I was driving any of my old cars.

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The type of tags you register for may effect how your insurance company feels about your car.


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The type of tags you register for may effect how your insurance company feels about your car.
^^Yup!^^ I had my `99 Cobra insured as an antique vehicle with State Farm for an agreed upon value of $15,000. Price was $125.00 a year with a 5,000 mile limit per year.

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^^Yup!^^ I had my `99 Cobra insured as an antique vehicle with State Farm for an agreed upon value of $15,000. Price was $125.00 a year with a 5,000 mile limit per year.
If you had regular tags on it, they'd only value it at about $1200.00 cuz 1999 was a LONG time ago and the car is really OLD and stinky, right?


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