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Classic car agreed value insurance

I have an immaculate 1949 Rover P3 which I have owned for over 30 years and which is insured on an agreed value basis.

The car has the original registration which has a retail value of around £4000-£5000 if sold off the car.

Should the agreed value insurance amount be increased to include this value? I can't get a definitive answer from the insurers.

Asked on 18 February 2012 by Classical

Answered by Honest John
I think it should. (I also once owned a 1949 P3 60 6 side window model.)
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