Category: Car Restoration

Posted:
04/23/15

Whether restoring an older vehicle or just keeping your car for longer, rust can be an unwelcomed and damaging problem. If the rust is minimal, and you’re not concerned with high professional results, follow these steps to remove it.

Posted:
10/23/14

If you are considering buying a salvaged car, there are a few important details to keep in mind regarding the vehicle and the logistics of the purchase.

Posted:
10/10/14

If you are buying a car you may have flexibility of choice when it comes to your transmission of preference. While both types perform equally well on the road, there are subtle advantages and disadvantages to each type depending on the vehicle and kind of driving you do.

Posted:
06/05/13

  Repairing vehicle damage is never cheap. Depending on the extent of the damage, repairs can well exceed the value of the car–even new! Sometimes damages are so extensive that it doesn’t even make financial sense to repair them, or it may not even be possible to repair them. These are the most extreme cases
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Posted:
05/31/13

Restoring classic cars is a popular hobby among car enthusiasts. Many people restore cars to recreate a classic memory of the first car they owned while others seek to make an investment opportunity out of giving new life to a historic automobile. Some do both. Some cars are more popular or sought after than others
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Posted:
05/24/10

If your car is getting a little long in the tooth but still runs great, you can help it to look as terrific as it feels by having it professionally repainted. The reasons for repainting are numerous, but some of the main ones include: The body is faded from the elements and shows signs of
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Categories: Car Restoration