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Classic car insurance for a 17 year old

My 17 year old son would like to renovate a 1974 Series 3 Land Rover; how do we find out what insurance group it will be?

Asked on 15 May 2014 by timjmac

Answered by Honest John
The insurance group is irrelevant. You simply have to try to find a classic car insurer that will cover him. Links in this directory: www.honestjohn.co.uk/useful-websites/tax-insurance.../
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