Antique, Classic & Collector Cars

As an owner of an antique, classic or collector car, you need special coverage to protect the value of your prized possession. You also need a partner that can secure such protection.

With Evans, Pires & Leonard, you’ve found your partner. We work with insurance companies that know the market, the industry, and the potential losses you can sustain with classic cars.

Our professional staff can provide you with a policy that works with a stated value, actual cash value or even an agreed value, which is especially important if you don’t want to experience any depreciation. If you drive your car, you need liability coverage, and you may want a policy with no fixed mileage limits. What’s more, if you use your vehicles for business, we can also work with you to find a policy for that.

We offer auto show medical reimbursement for insured injuries at auto shows, spare parts coverage under comprehensive insurance, and automatic coverage for new purchases up to certain limits. We also offer towing, with some policies including flatbed assistance.

We can enhance your policy to cover automotive tools as well as tool storage accessories. Our insurers also offer additional coverage for historic or collectible automotive memorabilia, such as hood ornaments, license plates, gas pumps, gas station displays and more.

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    We value your collectible with customized insurance coverage

    With Evans, Pires & Leonard, you’re not a policy to us. We create a relationship with our customers through earned trust, integrity, experience, and knowledge. Give us a call at 860.289.6816 or email us, or if you prefer fill out and return the convenient form on this page. One of our professionals will contact you to discuss your insurance needs and our alternative solutions in helping to protect you. Since 1967, we have been serving the communities from Tolland to Glastonbury to Portland and Old Saybrook.