In this article, I will give you some hints and tips to make your first
classic car restoration a screaming success.
There are some things that you need to know before you decide to restore a classic car.
They may be common sense but it seems that a lot of people don’t follow them.
You should start with a cat that is easy to get parts for and a popular car that a lot of people are restoring.
if parts are easy to get this helps you to complete the project with less stress.
The whole idea of
classic car restoration is to have fun and the easier it is to restore the more fun you will have the first time you do it. Continue reading “You’re First Classic Car Restoration Do It Right” Classic Car Project
So you’re looking for a classic car project, here are a few things to look for in a classic car project to make the work more smooth and enjoyable.
Start the search by doing a mental search of the things that you are good at doing as far as
body and mechanical repair.
I will list a few below.
Continue reading “A Few Things To Look For In A Classic Car Project” How To Choose A Camshaft
How to choose a camshaft first, let me explain how the camshaft lobe works in the easiest terms.
What you will be looking at when you go to purchase a camshaft is lift and duration.
The lift is how much the valve opens and duration is how long it stays open.
Because both of them together regulate the air and fuel that gets delivered to your engine
Continue reading “How To Choose A Camshaft By Red Line Restoration” How To Buy A Classic Corvette
How to buy a classic corvette. So you want to buy a
classic Corvette to restore.
Therefore hopefully this is not your first attempt at restoring a car, Corvette’s a just a bit different than most cars, being as how they are made of fiberglass.
Continue reading “How To Buy A Classic Corvette Do It Right” David C. Atkin If you love your Camaro learn the numbers. 1969 Z/28 Decoding The Numbers
Because I get a lot of people looking for information about their casting numbers and RPO codes at my blogs.
Therefore I figured that it was about time that I de-mystified them.
I hope it helps you get your questions answered.
If you wonder about your 1969 Z/28 Camaro Decoding The Numbers will give you the answers.
Therefore I will discuss casting numbers and RPO codes in this article, and we’ll start with Chevrolet.
Continue reading “1969 Z/28 Decoding The Numbers Know The Truth” Classic Car Restoration 1947 Dodge
Classic car restoration can be a fun family project. Over the years I have written a lot of articles about classic cars and the virtues of them.
Nothing has changed a
restoration project can bring the family together and help them learn about and respect classic cars and the restoration of them.
I’m not going to lie and say that they are cheap to build, they are not cheap. They take a lot of time and effort to restore the right way.
Continue reading “Classic Car Restoration Can Be A Fun Family Project” What classic car to restore
How to decide
what classic car to restore. Most people restore a car because it reminds them of the good times, the times when all they had to do is hang out with friends and build their cars. They would go to the drive-in at night or on the weekends and all of their friends would be there with their cars.
Continue reading “How To Decide What Classic Car Restore” Custom 1959 Corvette Classic Corvette It has been a while since I wrote a classic Corvette article. I figure that it’s about time I did again, I love the Corvette and I hope that a lot of people share my feelings. The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the few cars that GM never rolled back production of. Continue reading “Buying A Classic Corvette?” 1967 SS Camaro Are You Selling Your Classic Car?
selling your classic car? The idea is to make sure that you get what the car is worth, you don’t want to lose on the deal. If you plan to sell the car by yourself it requires studying. You need to know what the fair market value of your car is. Continue reading “Are You Selling Your Classic Car Do The Research”