AMELIA, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In concert with National Collector Car Appreciation Day, American Modern Insurance Group®, a leading speciality insurance organization known for its collector car coverage, unveiled the completed restoration of a 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS, during a collector car show held Thursday, July 10 in Amelia, OH.
The car, which the company calls “Ami G.,” an acronym for American Modern Insurance Group, came to the company badly damaged and destined for the scrap yard. Over the last 20 months the car has gotten a second chance and has been fully restored through a collective undertaking by more than 100 American Modern® employees.
“The Build is a testament to the kind of creativity, expertise and ingenuity that have helped us excel in meeting the special insurance needs of collector vehicle owners,” said American Modern® President and CEO Manny Rios.
The process involved totally disassembling the car and putting it on a rotisserie so that every part could be restored. All of the work (except for the engine) was completed internally at American Modern®.
The Unveiling of Ami
To celebrate completion of the project, and to reveal the final results of all the work on ‘Ami,’ American Modern hosted a collector car show at its headquarters in Amelia where classic cars owned by American Modern® employees were on display.
About American Modern Insurance Group
American Modern is a widely recognized specialty insurance leader with more than 49 years of experience. The company delivers specialized products and services for residential property—such as mobile homes and specialty dwellings--and for consumers in the recreational market, including owners of boats, personal watercraft, collector vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs and snowmobiles. The company also provides products and services to protect financial institutions and their customers.
American Modern's enduring stability is reflected in its annual selection, since 1999, as one of the Wards Group’s Top 50 property and casualty companies in America. It is licensed in all 50 states through six property and casualty companies, which are part of an insurance group that enjoys an A+ (superior) rating by the A.M. Best Company, a leading independent insurance analyst. These companies insure more than 1.7 million policyholders countrywide.