Vintage car insurance is generally used for cars manufactured between the years of 1919 and 1930. After the veteran car period, cars were in mass production, but were still a rarity to be seen. 1919 marked the start of rapid advances in car performance and affordability. Some of the smaller manufacturers crumbled under the strain of a depression in the early 20s. But it was also a time that saw the beginnings of many of today’s well-known marques such as Bentley and Austin.
One of the most notable vintage cars of this time was the Austin 7, first produced in 1922. It was one of the most popular cars ever built for the British market with over 2,500 rolling off the production line in the first year. It became the basis for many future car designs.
For all the cars created in that period we created our vintage car insurance scheme.
Examples of Vintage cars
Alvis Silver Eagle, Talbot 105, Sunbeam 14/40, Rolls-Royce 40/50 Silver Ghost, Renault 40CV, BMW 3/15, Bugatti Type 36, Alfa 6C 1750, Austin 7, Bentley Speed Six, Ford Model A
Please note: Most Vintage cars don’t appear on our online quote system so please call the office for us to provide you with a quotation.
Why insure with us?
We haven’t been around since the 30s but we have been here for over 30 years, crafting the perfect vintage car insurance policy for our customers. If your car is in restoration or storage, rarely used, or even if you’re a vintage addict who wants to drive it everywhere; there’s a policy to suit everyone. From an Alvis to a Bugatti, we always strive to tailor a policy to our clients needs.
- Salvage Rights
- Limited Mileage Discount
- UK & EU Breakdown
- Motor Legal Cover
- EU Cover (Up to 90 days)
- Car Club Discount
- Laid Up/SORN Cover
- Agreed Value Cover
- Multi Vehicle Policies
- Unlimited Mileage Option