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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 ––...

What is a Survivor Car?

In the world of classic cars, the “survivor car” is a great anomaly. Put simply, a survivor car is a classic vehicle that hasn’t been altered in any way since it was built. Different people and different organizations have slightly different ways to define a survivor...

The Best Cars of the 70s: Our Picks

Last month, we reviewed some of our favorite cars from the 1960s. So it only seemed natural to follow that piece up with a look at some of the best cars of the 70s. The late '60s and early '70s truly was the golden age of the muscle car, and there are hundreds of...

The Best Cars of the 60s: Our Picks

Few decades in American history were as revolutionary or as volatile as the 1960s. In the years between 1960 and 1970 a popular young president was assassinated, protesters took to the streets against injustice at home and abroad, men walked on the moon, and the...

Classic Car Electrical Repairs 101

Changing out a lightbulb is about a simple a task as anyone could imagine. Unfortunately, classic cars often require more than a few new light bulbs to fix their electrical issues. The good news is that older cars have much simpler wiring systems than modern vehicles....

Classic Cars with Modern Technology: A Closer Look

Driving a classic car for the first time is a thrilling experience. However, it can also be a little unnerving. That’s because cars built in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s lack many of the modern features that we take for granted today. In fact, getting around in a classic...

6 Classic Project Cars for New Enthusiasts

Everyone remembers their first classic car. After all, nothing can quite match the feeling of heading out on the road in a newly restored classic vehicle for the first time. There’s just one problem: most new classic-car enthusiasts don’t know which car they should...

Classic Car Rust Repair: Advice from the Experts

Rust is the enemy of classic-car owners everywhere. Indeed, the accumulation of rust over a long period of time can render classic cars unsalvageable. And while the appearance of rust on a classic car may or may not indicate a major structural problem, removing and...

3 Reasons Why a Classic Car Investment is a Great Idea

Classic cars have amazing staying power. Despite all the changes that have occurred in the world, cars from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s still possess an immense hold over the imagination. While it might sound painfully obvious, the reality is classic cars are just plain...

Everything You Need to Know About Classic Car Paint Jobs

A classic car is a thing of beauty. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the process for painting classic cars is nuanced and intricate. Yet, there’s nothing worse than spending significant time, energy, and money restoring the body and mechanics of a classic car, only to have a...