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GSA insurance

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My insurance on the GSA is due in about three months time, but 'money supermarket' have jumped the gun and sent me estimates for renewal , they range from £104.50 to £ 1908.00. The latter sounds a little over the top!! I think I might just ignore that one. Gerry

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Amazing the spread you can find on quotes.

Did you enquire about 12 months ago about insurance. The reason they may have jumped the gun is that you asked for a quote about this time last year. I can think of many insurers that will guarantee a quote longer than 30 days. :?:

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Just bought a GSA after an absence of 18 years, and to my surprise I've managed to get a quote of £85 for insurance. Had to explain to my 20 year-old son that was for a year, not a month!

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You really can't argue with that price.

Do please post some pictures of the car in a new thread. Cheers.

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An old thread, but insurance is often a bone of contention with me.

Fully comp. with breakdown, social use, 3000mile pa.
One year ago insured through Grove & Dean,
policy £53, broker charge £36, total inclusive of IP tax - £89.

Renewal: policy £60.23 (13.6% increase), renewal transaction fee £45 (25% increase), total incl. £105.23 (18.2% increase overall).

So, off to 'Compare the Market'; Confused.com; & 'Go Compare'.
The Meerkats came up with £89, but no breakdown, that was £50.95 extra, total £139.95.
Confused £112 with breakdown, then as I was punching in the same details for Go Compare, Confused rang me asking if I'd been satisfied. "Not yet" says I, and matey suggested I tried Adrian Flux. I said I had never had a competitive quote from them even when a CCC member, but I agreed to let him patch my details through along with a call. 'Sophie' welcomed me and offered fully comp. classic cover, legal doo-dah, windscreen, breakdown with home start, EU cover for £92.70. - NO "administration" fees.

Deal.

Note: Adrian Flux had appeared in the listings on Confused, but with a policy price of £164. Worth talking on the phone.

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Hi Guys, I do you all have a photo gallery, where I can stare and remember distant memories - a few of my memories I have from my first Citroen, a 1972 (?) GS 1220 Club in grubby white, such as points cassette was very expensive, converted it to electronic ignition and I filled the car with exhaust fumes because the heating pipes had fell off!

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Stonehopper wrote:Worth talking on the phone.
Always talk on the phone. I have to anyway as multi car (5 on one policy) isn't do-able online for me.

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Sloppysod wrote:Hi Guys, I do you all have a photo gallery, where I can stare and remember distant memories - (snipped)
Many pages of images here:
http://www.citroenet.org.uk/passenger-c ... gs-01.html

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Thanks, one day perhaps, I may own another one, if swmbo doesn't want another kitchen!

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Next time she asks give her a Primus and a folding table . . . (May come as no surprise that I have been previously divorced).