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Restoring a car sounds like a big work. Well, it is. In fact, this job is not just taken on by car hobbyists alone. If you want to start on this job, you can very well do so, regardless if you consider yourself a hobbyist or not. You can do one part of the job slowly until you have successfully completed the whole project. It is going to take quite sometime. But if you start now, you will finish the job eventually. 

You don't need to buy an old car from the garage to start on this new hobby. You can start with any worn-out car sitting in your own barn, if you have one. There's no need to look for a vintage Mercedes or a Cadillac. Your good old Volkswagen would do. And if you get good at this, you might even earn good money out of your hobby. Restored classic cars can be auctioned off for quite a big amount. 

But before looking at the distant future involving the hordes of cash you can get from your new hobby, you should first look at the problem at hand. Assess the damage of the car that you would like to restore. Is the engine still running? Are the interiors all worn out? How about the car's surface? How much paintjob is needed? Contact us at Classicarco.com, we are here to help with any classic car repairs needed.


Triumph Roadster - Classic Car Repairs
Triumph Roadster 1948

Full body restoration; including timber framework and aluminium welding on the rear body.
Alfa - Classic Car Restoration
We have a passion for Italian cars, & have restored many Giulia Coupes & Saloons.

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