Enter the beater:
20 years old? Is that MD Classic age or Antique?yeah that sucks dude, i know how you feel. i didnt even get to drive my 9000 at all since i got it back in like august casue im waiting for it to become 20 years old so i can get my tags but yeah it sucks atleast i can work on it.
its historic, there is no classic or antique i dont think.20 years old? Is that MD Classic age or Antique?
PA is as follows;
15 years = Classic - State Inspection ONLY required
25 Years = Antique - No Inspections
My 95' has been insured since Jan. as a Classic - come registration re-newal I am applying for the classic tags.
My 73' has been registered/insured as an Antique since I bought it
My 86' Just got approved as a Classic (after some argueing apparently) and will be Registered/Insured as an Antique come Jan.
Classic insurance is great too - full book value for under $100 per year
Antique insurance is great as well - full book value for under $80 per year
5,000 miles a year - classic/antiqueI thought there were mileage restrictions in PA with registering cars as Classic, as in you aren't supposed to drive them every day and they're supposed to be "weekend" cars? Not that they could really prove otherwise though...