Hi guys, I finally was able to drive the speedster that I have been working on. I need some advise on how to insure it so I can go on tours and be in parades.Thanks,
How was the drive? How about some pics of the front end? Cool!
Looks like a fun car John. Nice looking Dynahoe(or Pettibone) backhoe in the background too. Dave
I like it
A different angle
Cool car!!! Tim
Two thumbs up. Looks like a fun car.
Cool. To answer your question, my speedster is insured the same as my other T's..Do you have a title for it?
J.C Taylor 800-345-8290
Hagerty Classic Insurance 877-922-9701
What is the bus hiding on the side ?
John watch where you put that right hand, looks very close the the exhaust. Cool Ride!
Lonnie, Yes I have a title,24
Thanks John S. I will try them, AIG said it wasn't high classed enough for them?? They insure my other T's 26 touring and a 25 pu.
Jim it is a 1954 GMC 4104 with most of a motor home conversion.
Thanks for the kind comments and help. John
You look like you're having too much fun! Man if I saw that thing going down the road I'd flip out. I haven't seen anything cool on the road in a long, long time.
How did you do your exhaust out of the side like that? I'm in a speedster build right now too and would love to do something similar.
Hellsgate Hotrods You will have to buy one for a model A Lakes Stile header About $125
A option for making a side exit exhaust is to start with a vaporizer exhaust manifold. Plug the normal outlet and connect where the vaporizer plate usually goes. Consider mounting it upside down.
John - Is that a Model A rear end?
Harold, It is a 26-7 rear end with long brake cams installed. It has modified model a radius arms installed