Classic Cars

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Getting Your Classic Car Ready For A Car Show

by Jose Chavez

It is common for classic car owners to want to show off their vehicles at car shows locally, and around the country. Owners feel a strong sense of pride when their vehicles get noticed by the throngs of people who usually attend car shows. The strongest feeling of pride usually comes from the compliments given […]

Should You Add Your Own Enhancements to Your Classic Car’s Look?

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When a collector invests in a new classic car, the temptation can be to modify that car and give it some personality. But is that really a good idea? After all, once you pay for your classic car it is yours to do with whatever you want. If you want to, you should be able […]

Classic Car Spotlight: 1955 Chevy Bel Air

by Jose Chavez

It is one thing for a classic car to be sought after for its look or its smooth ride, but you really add value when that classic car breaks down design barriers and changes an entire industry. The 1955 Chevy Bel Air is a mandatory vehicle for every movie or television show set in the […]

Classic Car Spotlight: 1963 Corvette Sting Ray

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The story of the 1963 Corvette Stingray is as relevant now as it was the day the car was first introduced in 1962. The 1963 Corvette Stingray holds a prestigious place in the history of automobiles for all of its design innovations, which makes it so coveted today. The fraternity of Stingray owners are extremely […]

The Best Places to Buy Classic Cars

by Jose Chavez

For many classic car enthusiasts, finding the perfect car is the same as going on a treasure hunt. In most cases, the car you want is not readily available in a dealer’s lot in your neighborhood. It takes a lot of searching and patience to find the perfect classic car, and to get started you […]

Classic Car Spotlight: 1960 Impala

by Jose Chavez

There was a time not too long ago when Chevys made between 1958 and 1963 were not in such high demand by collectors. Over the past few years, Chevys that were made between 1959 and 1961 have started to become popular among younger collectors. One of the models that has been elevated to classic car […]

Different Types of Headliner Fabric for Classic Cars

by Jose Chavez

The headliner of a car is basically the ceiling of the cabin. When you look up, you are looking directly at the headliner. As cars have evolved over the years, so did the headliner. The headliner is used to provide insulation from sound, protect the wires that run across the ceiling of the car, and […]

Can Upholstery Foam Have An Affect On Your Health?

by Jose Chavez

When a car is driven and enjoyed by its owner, there will be certain types of wear and tear that can become problematic over time. The body of the car will need a new coat of protectant to fend off bugs and other threats to the car’s surface, and the windows may need to be […]

Getting Your Classic Car to Look It’s Best

by Jose Chavez

Even if you never drive your classic car, the elements can sometimes cause imperfections that will need to be taken care of quickly. If you do drive your classic car, then wear and tear is inevitable and a part of getting the most out of your vehicle. When your vintage vehicle starts to show signs […]

Classic Car Spotlight: 1950’s Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing

by Jose Chavez

Anyone who is a fan of movies or cars from the 1950s is going to recognize the Mercedes-Benz 300SL. Its sleek design and silver color make it hard to miss, but its iconic gullwing doors make this car one for the ages. The 3.0-liter, six-cylinder engine were the epitome of power in the 1950s, and […]