If it's restored and your driving it on weekends/holidays and not wheeling it you can get Antique car insurance. There are a couple outfits that do this. They will insure it for much more than the Bluebook value (which is probably like $500). They basically have annual mileage restrictions. I can't think of any names but I'm sure someone here will. Or do a search of antique car insurance. This is what the guy's with streetrods/showcars do.
Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.