Classic Ford Insurance

Classic Ford Insurance

Key Facts

  • The Ford Motor Company was founded over 100 years ago in 1903.
  • Ford is the second largest US automaker behind only General Motors.
  • The first Ford car produced was the Ford Model T.
  • In 1963, the famed Ford Mustang was first released.

Why choose Lancaster for your Ford Insurance?

Lancaster has been one of the leading brokers of classic car insurance since 1984.

With a huge amount of experience and knowledge gained since then, we are confident that you will be in safe hands with us for your Ford insurance.

Through our work with car clubs and some of the largest insurers in the UK, we are able to provide discounts and benefits to our customers.

Here is a list of some of the benefits you may be entitled to:

  • Limited Mileage Discounts
  • Free European Cover
  • Agreed Valuation
  • Club Member Discounts

How do I get a Ford Insurance quote from Lancaster?

You can get a quote from us in a variety of ways.

The first is to get an online quote by clicking the “Buy Online” button on the right of the screen. You will be taken through to our quoting portal where you will be asked to enter your personal details, car information & policy excess amount.

You will then be prompted to select your level of cover, whether that is third party, fire and theft or fully comprehensive.

If you would rather speak to us direct, you can call us on 01480 484826 and we will be happy to take you through process and give you an instant quote.

Alternatively, you can fill out our “Request a Call Back” forms and one of our operators will give you a call back at a more convenient time.

Can you cover my Ford?

We understand that given the popularity of Ford cars, there are a large number of these great cars on the road.

We feel it is our duty to provide policies for as many Ford’s as we can, so work hard to keep to this.

Below is a list of the most popular Ford cars we can offer a quote for:

  • Ford Escort
  • Ford Capri
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Ford Cortina
  • Ford Focus
  • Ford Sierra
  • Ford Granada
  • Ford Anglia
  • Ford Mondeo
  • Ford KA