After checking all the above companies, I went with Chubb. Yes, that really is their name. I found grundy to be way too limiting as far as when and where I could drive, but they were the cheapest. Chubb was about $20 a year higher than grundy, 20k agreed value, no deductable, towing etc and the limitations were livable. For the most part they don't want you using it as a DD. Chubb insures classic and hot rod events such as the Colorado grand, so they understand that old stuff gets driven. Also consider Chrome insurance. They are the official company of the NSRA and sell through local agents. I didn't sign with them as they needed multiple cars, including DD's, to get a good quote and I've got everything else with Farmers. If you're looking to switch your regular insurance they may be a good way to go.