Well I guess it depends on your age, sex, driving record, year of the car, automatic or manual transmission .. Etc.. Now I went with state farm with my 1991 Toyota mr2 turbo 5 speed and full coverage was $70, my 2000 v6 automatic mustang was $110. now my 2000 Toyota celica gt-s 6 speed was $100 a month. Now I'm a female, was 27 with speeding tickets on my record. See we can't exactly tell you how much. Call around with different insurance agencies and compare prices.
Check with your carrier before you commit to buy . I didn't check first on a recent car purchase of a Buick with E-assist engine and got a big bad surprise. With a lot of checking around it worked out OK when I switched from Nationwide to State Farm to keep rates near what I had been paying on a previous Buick. But it was hectic for a while.