Classic cars have a look and feel which harken back to a simpler time for the auto industry and the country. These works of art have power and grace that is just not reproduced in today’s automotive world. But these rare and beautiful cars are still aged, even when they’ve been rebuilt. So there are many tips on how to make sure that your classic car stays cherry for all your years of use and appreciation.
Get and Consult Owner’s Manual – Maintaining a classic car is no easy feat. These beauties have been through a lot of driving in most cases, and many of these cars, depending on make and model, have very specialized and specific maintenance and service needs.
Some cars require the addition of lead agent to replicate the conditions they had when gas was not unleaded. Some require special oil or fluids in order to best operate within the difficult to replace engine.
Get the Right Part – Many cars now have various manufacturers who make third-party pieces to help repair and maintain vehicles. However, older cars aren’t so readily swapped out with pieces from different cars, which usually means classic