Coverage & Claims
Having a salvaged title can be tricky when you are wanting to add coverage for physical damage (comprehensive and collision). Many companies will not insure the car with comprehensive and collision because of the very definition of a salvaged title: the car has been considered a total loss, meaning the damage to the car costs more than what the car was worth.
It's difficult to say what any insurance company will do. But insurance company tend to total a vehicle if they repair cost (determined through an adjuster) is greater than the value of the vehicle (actual cash value, not what you paid for it).
Insuring a salvage title vehicle is not impossible, however, you will probably run into companies that flat-out won't provide coverage for that type of vehicle. Your best bet is to let the agent providing a quote know that the vehicle is salvaged so you don't waste your time.