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Specialty Auto Insurance

It’s More Than Just a Hobby.

Whether it’s an antique, a collectible, or your own custom-built roadster, your Specialty Auto is a labor of love. If you’re like most enthusiasts, you’ve poured many hours of time and effort into making your auto something unique and special. At First Community Insurance and Annuity Center, we realize that when you’re cruising down the strip, speeding across the track, or making heads turn at a show, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is whether you have the right insurance.

We believe that your specialty car is not only a major investment, but also an extension of you. And a vehicle as unique as its driver requires more than a standard insurance policy. That’s why we’re proud to offer a variety of specialized coverage options for the following vehicles:

  • Collectibles
  • Antique and Classic Cars
  • Hot Rods
  • Custom-Built Cars
  • Show Cars
  • Race Cars

With options and choices ranging from agreed value coverage to spare parts coverage, First Community Insurance and Annuity Center can provide you with the tools you need to insure your timeless automobile. We even offer multi-vehicle discounts for the avid collector.

Whatever your situation, you can rest assured knowing that your Specialty Auto is protected with First Community Insurance and Annuity Center.

Our Location

First Community Insurance and Annuity Center

731 Larry Power Rd
Bourbonnais, IL 60914
Main office: 815-410-9003
Toll free: 866-937-5533
Fax: 815-937-8571

Our Providers

Testimonials

It's not always about the price, sometimes it is simply having the right coverage. With First Community Insurance I never worry whether I'm covered or not.
K.Smith - Culvers Franchise
Doug and his team handle the hard stuff immediately. The impossible takes a week or two.
T. Garcia - Small Business Owner
I don't worry about my retirement anymore. Doug set me up on autopilot income with above average returns and no risk... very happy.
M. Lucas - Semi-Pro Golfer
We wont go anywhere else.
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