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Old 16-02-2005   #1
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With the fragmentation of the forum, how did we end up with 'Old Panda' and not 'Classic Panda' ?
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Is the Panda a classic though? Has anyone managed to get classic insurance on a Panda yet? Remember, it's not a classic unless the insurance company says so.
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Is the Panda a classic though? Has anyone managed to get classic insurance on a Panda yet? Remember, it's not a classic unless the insurance company says so.
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Fair point Steve.

But AFAIK, whether it's on a classic policy (or not) depends on the individual insurance company. But whatever the age, it can only be on a classic policy when it's used as a second car and has an annual mileage of around 5,000 miles or less.

Mine's 13 next month, and when it's back on the road, it will be a second car, so I'm going to see what I can arrange...
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Steve C - a bit of hunting around reveals this from the RAC.

They reckon it has to be 15 years old though.
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