a beginers guide to classic cars

There's more to classic cars than age. Learn how a car is classified as a classic car, where to find them, and whether they're a good investment.

how to estimate the value of a classic car

A classic car value can vary greatly. These inconsistencies can make it hard for you to judge the value of your classic car. However, there are several things to do that will let you understand how much it's true worth that only take a little research. Although the correct price guide is considered to be an official figure that is often used by dealers, the true value is often based on different factors.

identifying fluids dripping from your car

We’ve all done it.  We back out of the garage or parking lot and there it is: a spot!  What is that?  Is your car leaking oil or something else?  How long has that spot been there?  Well, you don’t need to get out the flashlight and try to catch the leak in progress.  There are six fluids that are most likely to end up spotting your driveway, and here’s how to recognize them:

restoring a classic car on a budget

Learning how to restore a classic car only requires a few simple steps, but implementing them will take time and budgeting. Time is an important factor in full restoration projects since it can take around 1,000 hours to fully restore a classic car. You're going to need a lot of parts which won't always be easy to find and will cost significant sums of money. However, there are ways to accomplish the task without breaking the bank.