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Six Classic Car Gift Ideas

Have a classic car lover in your life? Whether you’re looking for a gift or simply looking to treat yourself, we have 6 classic car gift ideas sure to please! 1. Retro Car Home Decor  Help your favorite car enthusiast bring their favorite vehicles out of the garage...

Iconic Classic Cars that Will Never Go Out of Style

The classic car market –– like any other market –– fluctuates and changes over time. Cars may go in and out of fashion depending on a number of factors. This means at any given time, some great classic cars may be underrated or overlooked by collectors. However, there...

3 Facts About Classic Car Drivetrain Service

Classic cars are, first and foremost, visual objects. It’s no surprise that many classic cars have striking exterior designs, and that classic cars have remained popular for generations in part because they simply look very cool. Yet, as classic car owners soon come...

The Ultimate Classic Car Restoration Checklist

Choosing to restore a classic car is a big commitment. While classic car enthusiasts are typically very passionate about their vehicles, some may not quite understand everything that goes on during the classic car restoration process. As such, today we aim to provide...

What Was the First Muscle Car?

The muscle car is a cherished American tradition. Muscle cars aren’t just revered by industry insiders and classic-car enthusiasts –– they’re iconic figures in popular culture and in American history. Indeed, it’s impossible to hear certain words –– “Mustang,”...

How to Make a Classic Car a Daily Driver

Some classic car enthusiasts are content to keep their most prized vehicles safe in the garage. Restored classic cars have a great look to them, and if your primary objective is to preserve the car –– or else display it in shows –– then keeping it locked away most of...

5 Underrated Classic Cars

At Precision Restorations, we’ve compiled a number of lists ranking our favorite classic cars over the years. We’ve covered muscle cars, British cars, cars from the 60s, cars from the 70s –– even cars we think will be considered classics in the future. However, there...

How to Find a Quality Restomod Shop

Fixing up a classic car is a nuanced process. No two classic cars come into the shop in the same condition. And no two classic car owners want the exact same results from a restoration. Some desire a precise, OEM restoration. They want the car to look –– and drive ––...