What Is Muscle Car Insurance?
A muscle car is a term given to special high performance cars. For these cars, the owners have to buy a special type of insurance called muscle car insurance. Usually, this type of car insurance is different from normal car insurance since it has special conditions which do not exist in a normal auto insurance policy.
The term muscle car is given to cars which were manufactured in Australia, America and South Africa between the period 1964 to 1974. These were mid-sized cars having a rear wheel drive and a very powerful V8 engine. These cars were specially designed for street and drag racing. These cars were different from full sized cars and sports cars. Some of the very famous muscle cars of older times are Dodge Superbee, Pontiac GTO, Plymouth Road runner, Dodge Daytona and Mercury Cougar. Some of the later models include Mercury Grand Marquis, Ford Terminator SVT Cobra, Chevrolet Impala SS and Dodge Charger Daytona.
Muscle car insurance is not provided by every car insurance company. Even if the normal car insurance companies provide this kind of insurance, they will charge a high premium amount because they think that claim on these cars will be much higher than normal cars.