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pizza3260

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73 350 coupe
hello!
i am a new member and have posted 2 questions and the positive replies have been right on the money, i am restoring a 73 coupe 400 turbo t tops my life dream has come true, i am only in my first month of my expected 5 yrs. project that i see comming 2 /3 yrs. ahead of schedule. looking ahead for registration & ins. in nj, i only will drive on sunny sundays.
should i go with qq plates, what about insurance.

pizza3260
tom
 
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78SilvAnniv

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I drive mine every day so I registered with vanity plates and a normal registration.
Most classic car registrations limit the amount of miles you can drive, and when and where you can drive (not to work) and have a considerably cheaper fee. This sounds like the best option for you.
As far as insurance goes, many use a classic car insurance company, and I have seen posts of varying amounts for fees, so let others who have more knowledge than me chime in to help you out.
btw...great deal that your restoration process is ahead of schedule!
Silver
 

pizza3260

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73 350 coupe
silver,
thanks for your input,it looks like qq,i will track down an ins.co.
pizza3260
tom
 

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