Fourth rating is “good,” which is the last rating that will qualify to make an insurance claim for a classic car. Good classic cars are in running condition, but they may be in need of minor mechanical repairs. A “good” car will appear to need work even when viewing from a distance and may be driven. 

Finally, the last two categories are “restorable” and “parts-only cars”, which may be combined in some ratings that use a 1-5 scale. Classic cars that are restorable may or may not be running and will require considerable restoration. Parts-only cars are classic cars that are only good for using the parts to restore other vehicles. 

Speaking to an Auto Accident Attorney 

If you need to make a claim or have more questions about classic cars in the law, contact the Law Office of Jason Schultz for a free consultation about your insurance claim for classic cars. Call us at 404-474-0804 to speak with a Jonesboro auto accident lawyer.

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.
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