Hi DriftWorks, I know these insurance posts are common but I can't stop worrying so any advice that isn't ridicule will be appreciated! I am a 24 year old male, and I'm about to take (and hopefully pass) my driving test. I've been into JDM cars since I was a kid, and after seeing the perfect car online and chatting with the owner for a few days, decided I wanted to import a 1993 JZX90 Chaser as my first car. I have bought the car at around £10,000 FOB. I've been quoted insurance online for the car at £1,200 a year but this is without declaring mods, of which there are many. The mods that may affect insurance include coilovers, LSD, anti-sway bars, de-cat straight pipe, rims, body kit, bucket seats, wheel without airbag, stickers, respray. The 1JZ-GTE engine is almost stock (upgraded air filter, radiator, hoses, intercooler but stock twin turbos). All of that said, the car does look very street (dark colour, rims match, not too low, doesn't have stretched tires etc) so I don't think I'm likely to be pulled over and questioned. Tonight I tried declaring everything but I got no quotes using moneysupermarket's comparison tool. I haven't tried contacting a specialist "modified car" insurer yet as I fear the price will be too high for me. So, Am I likely to get insurance for my car if I declare all the mods, and if not; Is it too risky to drive the car without declaring the mods? How much is specialist car insurance likely to be? Is this car a mistake? TL;DR: 1993 JZX90 Chaser with street many mods First car; 0 years no claims, 0 months driving experience Insurance is ~£1k without declaring mods Can't find an online quote while declaring mods What should I do?