A while ago, Pru dropped all classic car and insurance and so I was out looking. While I was at it, I did a little research for an article in our club newsletter. I found that there are basically two types of insurance for classic cars. The first is very affordable but allows very limited use of the car, i.e. drive it to a car show or drive it to your club meeting. And usually it must be in a locked or secure area at all times. This would come from providers like Hagarty. The second type allows for full use of the vehicle but is much more costly. As I like to drive my car to play golf, to weddings, to anniversaries, etc. So the first type of insurance was not acceptable. I started with full insurance from All State. Great service and coverage, but on a $40,000 car, the premium was about $1,200 per year. I continued to search and came across an alternative that fell somewhere in between. I now use Parish Insurance (800)274-1804 in Burns, TN. David Parish is a true car buff and has designed a policy for those of us who like to use our cars. I still have $40,000 coverage, but the premium is about half of All State. The only restriction is you don't drive the car more than 2,500 miles in a year.
For more names of insurance companies, try the "services" section of any month of Hemmings Motor News. You will find a bunch of companies. Good luck!