I also had heard that Primmum would not insure bikes over 30 years old,,,unless the bike was insured with them before it was 30 years old, then if it turned 30 they would keep insuring it.
I called them this spring and wanted to insure my 80 for the first time, I had had the 81 insured with them previously, I told them I had heard that they did not insure bikes that old and asked if it was going to be a problem. The woman said it would be no problem to insure the bike, but I needed to fax her a copy of the registration. It was something to do with the reg. number being a different format(less numbers??) on the older bikes and her computer was not set up to accept it.
I sent in the copy of the registration and now have the 80 insured and licensed this year. I live in New Brunswick and deal with Primmum's office in Halifax,N.S.
I don't know if it would make a difference being in Ontario.
Primmum is the lowest rate I could find for insurance,,I switched 3 or 4 years ago when my old insurer wanted close to 600.00 for the year,,Primmum is now charging me 274.00 per year.