Getting a classic car, let alone build one with your own hands, can seem like a daunting process. True, this does require a lot of patience and time. Renovating classic cars is no easy feat! But, it's worth it for sure.
Since I renovate classic cars in my spare time, I decided to provide an easy how-to guide with where to start for amateur car enthusiasts. First, I suggest searching high and low for the perfect fixer-upper car. The bones are the most important part of the car. Next, join your local vintage car club! Hobbyist's like you have some of the best advice.
This beautiful Ford Mustang took a lot of patience to make beautiful
An all red interior is a cool choice to consider for your car
“Renovating classic cars is no easy feat!”
Classic car renovating is one of my favorite things ever
The Shelby racing stripes are a nice choice for a classic car renovation
This guy is loving his classic car!
Vintage cars can be as expensive of a project as you want or don't want
I once had a neighbor, Mr. Moore whose prized possession in life was his 1966 Mustang. Every morning at the crack of dawn he would walk to his driveway, uncover his vehicle and gaze in amazement. Soon after he would begin waxing his car.
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My father loves old cars. It was inevitable I would too. Every year we visit the Motor City Auto Show in Detroit, MI. This year is special as me and dad's favorite car, the 1968 Camaro is on display for the first time in five decades.