Official Vehicle Definitions – Post-Classic Cars
Innovative car production certainly didn’t stop when the classic era did. There’s a bevy of other vehicles that can enjoy collector car status, including:
Vehicles whose appearance you drastically alter. Includes replicas, low riders and more.
Limited-edition or distinctive cars from 1990 or later.
Vehicles equipped for use on the track.
Rides primarily from the 1960s and 1970s that juxtapose light, 2-door frames with the largest engines that can possibly fit in the engine bay.
The road’s more rustic gems, such as classic trailers, military vehicles and tractors.
Insurance for all classic car types:
If you think that your car may fall under the definition of a classic or collector car, make sure to clarify it with your insurance broker or insurance company. By narrowing down collector car types, you can get a clearer picture of the history – and future – of your rare beauty, and tailor your insurance accordingly.