Existing Customer Update

We understand that our customers financial circumstances may have been affected by Covid-19. We may be able to reduce the cost of your cover by reviewing your current requirements. Please contact us to discuss how we can help.

If you are paying for your cover by Monthly instalments, and have not yet received financial support we can also look at deferral of payment via our finance provider Close Brothers Premium Finance. Please visit www.closebrotherspf.com/coronavirus/customers for more details.


The Classic Car Specialists

The Classic Car Insurance Specialists for over 35 years!

Lancaster Insurance Services, established in 1984, specialises in arranging classic car insurance, in addition to a range of niche motor related products and general insurance products. 

We live and breathe classics and this is shown through our commitment for sponsoring the UK’s largest classic car event, the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, as well as a host of smaller and regional shows throughout the years too! 

Using our carefully selected panel of insurers, and network of car clubs, we have a number of avenues available to get you a great deal on your insurance.

We may be able to include a number of policy benefits as part of your insurance policy including:

  • Limited Mileage Discount
  • Club Member Discounts
  • Agreed Value
  • Green Laning & Off Road Cover
  • UK Based Call Centre
  • 24 Hour Claims Line

Classic Car Insurance

Lancaster Insurance Services has access to competitive classic car insurance and vintage car insurance schemes in the UK.

As a leading, reputable specialist in classic car insurance for over 35 years, we are committed to offering our customers a wealth of experience, great customer service and excellent service.

We understand your love of classics and recognise the importance they hold.

4 x 4 Insurance

Lancaster Insurance Services, has been arranging specialist 4x4 insurance for over twenty years.

As a leading broker in the market, we offer a high quality product and level of service which we hope gives you peace of mind and security on the road.

We understand that price is important; this is why we focus on saving you money on your policy and offering additional benefits for insuring your 4x4 with us.

Buy your Lancaster Top Trumps pack today!

Fred Dukes' 1958 Bedford CA “aristocrat"

Car of the Month:

Fred Dukes' 1958 Bedford CA “aristocrat"

When you see a 1958 Bedford CA “Aristocrat”, you instantly know you are in the presence of a vehicle of distinction. There is the timber framing on the bodywork, the wonderfully over-the-top bonnet mascot and the opening Perspex rear windows. Fred Dukes, the Chairman of the Vauxhall Viva Owners’ Club.

Classic Car of the Month:

Blackpool Thunder

Launched this month (July), Blackpool Thunder is a TVR club for the 21st Century. Spearheaded by Steve Charlesworth, Alex Leith and Howard Bryan, the club is run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts and welcomes all TVR owners and fans. Through its online portal, the club shares the latest news, articles, event updates and member discounts in real time to ensure members are kept informed.

Blackpool Thunder

The latest Lancaster classic car news

Meet the Owner - Sean Puckle and his Ford Cortina Ghia MK.IV

  • 3rd August, 2020

It would be fair to say that Sean is a long-term Cortina devotee – ‘I’ve had loads back in the day. In recent years I had a Concours 1600E Mk. II and I sild a lovely P reg 2000E last year, so this Ghia replaced it. I must always have a Cortina in my life - it’s like putting on an old slipper!’

Do You Remember - The Morris 1800 MK.1?

  • 3rd August, 2020

In the 1960s the British Motor Corporation was renowned – or notorious, depending on your point of view – for its “badge-engineering”. This would occasionally result in some very short-lived modes, such as the Morris 1800 Mk. I, which debuted in 1966 and lasted only until the launch of the Mk. II “Landcrab” in 1968.



  • Ellie Priestley |
  • 31st July, 2020

Forty-five years ago, I regarded the FE-Series Ventora as one of the most handsome cars you were likely to encounter in the not very mean streets of Fareham. The vaguely Pontiac-style lines, the quad headlamps, the vinyl roof and the sound of that 3.3-litre straight-six engine denoted a car of modest but genuine distinction.