How does my insurance calculate the value of my classic car?

How does my insurance calculate the value of my classic car?

i have two classic cars, a 66 mustang and a 70 pontiac tempest. both are daily drivers and both have full coverage on my auto insurance policy. my question is: how will my insurance company (mercury) calculate the value of my cars if they are wrecked or stolen? bluebook doesn'-t list cars older then 1992. is there a website i can check? how will my insurance determine the value at the time of loss?

Mark

prob about Mark

prob about $1000 each.

000 each.

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