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Old 04-06-2006, 05:12 PM   #1
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Question PCA Insurance

Hi, I was over at the Porsche Club of America site and noticed that they stated something about getting "Access to specialized insurance for Porsches that are second autos/pleasure only/limited use." if you join. I was wondering if anyone has had any experence with this and what they think about it. I woud love to be able take advantage of this if the coverage is good because my Box dosen't get driven all that much and I hate having to pay the price of a all the time car. Any experence would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Old 04-07-2006, 06:18 AM   #2
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I use Leland-West Ins. Brokers out of Fresno, CA. They have several programs (limited or unlimited mileage) for Sports Cars, Collectables, HotRods and the like and advertise in Panorama. I have used them for years on several of my Cars - non-Porsche.

They require PCA Membership to write insurance on my Boxster. Even factoring in the $42 annually for PCA, at $295/yr. (5,000 mi.) for Full annual coverage, they were less expensive than similar coverage from my normal carrier (GEICO) or Haggerty, and several other Specialty insurers. Hope this helps...

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Old 04-07-2006, 09:18 AM   #3
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I use American Collectors Insurance, Inc. for collision/loss and USAA for liabilty on my 914-6. www.AmericanCollectorsIns.com Was referred by USAA my carrier. Club membership, garage and limited to 1200 mi/yr (with exceptions for driving to or in non-speed car club events). Also car must be out of production. Costs about $120.00 per year. Never had a claim, so cannot comment on quality of service. Not sure what other packages they might offer.

Oh, and it is stated value policy, meaning I say what it is worth. I get regular PCA valuations to back up my value statement.

You have to watch the fine print, so be careful. Jim is not the only one to recommend Leland-West, so I'd check 'em out.

04 Boxster S - Basalt/Savanna, 6sp, Carrera lites, hardtop
70 914-6 - Black over tan, original/stock
PCA since 1970

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