It’s no secret that classic cars are beautiful, with their stylish curves and performance. Owning one is a full time job, with all the maintenance that has to be done.

If you have a car that’s not old enough to be a classic, then you may have a modern or future classic. We will consider covering late 1990’s vehicles and even early 2000 models. They might be used as a secondary car for someone who owns an older classic. At Carole Nash, we want to help you find the right insurance policy so you’ll have peace of mind.

What types of modern classics are there?

There are a number of modern classics that range from affordable sports cars to high-performance super cars. They include the Porsche 911, Mazda MX-5, Aston Martin DB7, Lotus Elise S1 and Toyota MR2.

Insuring your modern classic car

Our car policies come with the following benefits: • UK & European breakdown and accident recovery, including Homestart (worth over £100 when compared to other providers) • Salvage retention rights – If your car is declared a total loss following a claim, you could have the option of buying the remaining salvage from the vehicle • Up to 15% discount for club members • European Cover for up to 90 days • Up to £100,000 legal expenses cover if you’re in an accident that’s not your fault • Choose your own specialist repairer

Get your modern classic car insurance quote today

You can call us on 0800 804 7952 if you’d like to insure your modern classic. Our staff are happy to answer all your questions. Alternatively, you can click here for a free, no-obligation quote. As with all insurances terms & conditions apply.

 

 

Our policy benefits

  • UK & European breakdown and accident recovery, including Homestart (worth over £100 when compared to other providers)
  • Salvage retention rights – If your car is declared a total loss following a claim, you could have the option of buying the remaining salvage from the vehicle
  • Up to 15% discount for club members
  • European Cover for up to 90 days
  • Up to £100,000 legal expenses cover if you’re in an accident that’s not your fault
  • Choose your own specialist repairer

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