@FROSTYBALLS Yes. There's no hiding from the fact that I'm not an experienced driver. Have not found any import insurers but direct line associated the supra as being a high risk (the two options were low risk and high risk). For low risk vehicles, I can get insured long as I am over 21, which I am. High risk can only be insured for people over the ages of 25 so that left me out. If you know any insurers, I would appreciate it if you told me sir. Again, I think insurers are not taking my desire to keep the car garaged most of the time in to consideration.
@fordulike I do agree that very young drivers shouldn't have access to cheap high bhp vehicles. A young chap trying to insure a 4 or 6 cylinder BMW or some cheap ish fast hatchback like a 2003 S3 clearly shows the insurance company that the person is trying to get hold of a car to hoon around in. However, with me spending upwards of £25,000 on a car I've been saving for years, I do think it's a mature purchase and with me garaging the car for most of the time I wouldn't be driving it much either.
I contacted Footman James, then Adrian Flux, Sky Insurance and Elephant. Elephant told me they wouldn't give me a quote and to save me time, not to contact Admiral and another company (I think it was diamond insurance) as they were sister companies. One of the companies did quote me £30,000 to insure it for one year and I can not remember which company it was. All companies I contacted I told them I would have the car in a locked secure care storage centre and that It would be driven for less than 250 miles but was told by most companies the minimum was 1.5k. If you reckon you could reconsider and offer a quote that's reasonable I'd be happy to ring again.
When asked if I was part of a owners club, I did not tell the company I was as Ive been on forums for years but only recently made an account.