Freedom Warranty offers Extended Vehicle Service Contract Protection economy, luxury, and classic cars, regardless of make or model.

We have the perfect classic car extended warranty and protection plan for you, so you always have a choice of terms and coverage that meet your needs, at an affordable price.

Our contracts are easy to understand and give exact details on what’s covered on your vehicle. There’s no guesswork involved about how to submit your claim or what you need to do to get your vehicle back in service.

Freedom Warranty gives you confidence. Get in touch with us today and discover why we’re one of the best vehicle service contract companies in America. We make classic car warranty protection hassle-free.

All plans include roadside assistance, rental car coverage, 24-hour helpline assistance, and warranty transferability. At Freedom Warranty, it’s important to us that you feel protected behind the wheel and on the side of the road.

Conditions do apply, so review your vehicle service contract for specifics to understand the terms and limits of your vehicle service contract coverage. Understanding these terms allows you to make the best purchase.

Warranty limits include a 1,000-miles/30-day waiting period for vehicles over 125,000 miles and/or purchased 14 days prior to purchase of vehicle service contract. Please note that this waiting period isn’t applicable for the following service contracts:

  • 3-month/3,000 mile
  • 6-month/6,000 mile plans

Rates are subject to change without notice, so contact Freedom Warranty for updated information.

Contact us today for the latest warranty coverage information and get the protection your older vehicle deserves.

Call us at (833) 927-2689 for Quotes or if you are an existing customer (844) 307-9944 for Customer Service.

Freedom Warranty's Classic Car Extended Warranty Protection Plan is for vehicles at least 20 Years Old and Manufactured After 1929.

Eligible Vehicles

  American Classics 

  Asian Classics

  German Classics 

Ineligible Vehicles

   Vehicle with purchase price of less than $10,000 

   Race Cars, Drag Cars, Funny Cars 

   Diesel Engines

   Vehicles with more than 775HP 

All others call for exceptions. 

Freedom Warranty offers added benefits to every contract without additional cost.


♦ Engine The following internally lubricated parts: pistons, pins and rings, connecting rods and bearings, crankshaft and main bearings, push rods, valves, springs, replaceable guides, lifters, rocker arms, shafts and bushings, timing gear, guides, chain, tensioners and retainers, eccentric shaft, oil pump, intake manifolds, cylinder head gaskets, engine mounts and cushions, engine torque strut, harmonic balancer, flywheel (flexplate) and flywheel ring gear, all pulleys. Engine blocks and cylinder heads are also covered if Mechanical Breakdown was caused by an internally lubricated part or a part covered under this contract. All lubricated internal parts of the vehicle manufacturer installed turbo-charger or super charger if selected on the Registration Page of this policy.

♦ Transmission (Automatic & Standard): All internally lubricated parts (parts that require lubrication to function), torque converter, and vacuum modulator. Also included: computer modules and solenoids, transmission mounts and internal linkage. Transmission cases are also covered if Mechanical Breakdown was caused by an internally lubricated part or a part covered under this contract.

♦ Transfer Case (4 x 4 or All Wheel Drive): All internally lubricated parts (parts that require lubrication to function) within the Transfer Unit including bearings, bushings, sprockets, chains, sleeves, and gears. Transfer cases are also covered if a Mechanical Breakdown was caused by an internally lubricated part of a part covered under this contract. Transfer Units are only covered if selected on the Registration Page of this policy.  Drive Axle (Front and Rear Wheel Drive): All internally lubricated parts contained within the housing: axle shafts, constant velocity joints (CV joints unless boot is damaged or missing), universal joints, flexible joints, drive shafts, locking hubs, locking rings, supports, retainer and bearings. Differential housings, final drive housings, and trans axle housings are also covered if the Mechanical Breakdown was caused by an internally lubricated part or a part covered under this contract.  Cooling Radiator, fan, fan clutch, and water pump. 


Air Conditioning Compressor, condenser, clutch pulley, clutch coils, evaporator core, accumulator, receiver/dryer, orifice, expansion valve, serpentine belt tensioner, temperature control unit, blower motor, air door actuators, and motors.

Electrical Alternator, voltage regulator, starter motor, starter solenoid, ignition switch, and locking mechanism unless unavailable separately and/or only available as part of the steering column, front and rear wiper motors, headlamp switch, turn signal switch, cruise control transducer, washer pump and switch, rear defogger switch, heater/AC blower switch, electric seat motors as they apply to seat positioning (excludes lumbar, side supports, and airbags), electric window motors, power antenna motors, power door lock actuator, window regulators, and wiring harnesses for listed covered components only.

Fuel System Fuel delivery pump, fuel injection pump, and metal fuel delivery lines.

Brakes Master cylinder, power assist booster, vacuum assist booster pump, wheel cylinders, combination valves, disc calipers, self-adjusters and actuators.

Power Steering All internally lubricated parts within the steering gear housing, including power steering pump, main and intermediate shafts, couplings, pitman arm, idler arm, tie rod ends and center link. The steering gear housing is covered if the damage is caused by the failure of an internally lubricated part.

Suspension Upper and lower control radius, thrust and trailing arms, shafts, upper and lower ball joints, steering knuckles, stabilizer shaft, linkage, track bar, kingpin, spindle and spindle supports, torsion bars, coil and leaf springs, and wheel bearings.

Regardless of where you buy an extended service contract, it's important to make sure you understand all of the terms and conditions of that agreement. The single most common point of contention between the customer and contract administrator is what items are covered. Make sure you fully understand what is, and what is not, covered for repair. Protection plans often have different coverage levels—good, better, and best. The best plan will cover more items and more conditions—age of the vehicle, and miles on the odometer, for example. At Freedom Warranty, our contracts are easy to understand. Everything is stated clearly—what we cover and how to file a claim, if necessary. Take the time to read and understand all the details of your extended vehicle service contract.