Sorted by Archive: November, 2016 ( 4 post/s)

  • Featured Muscle Car – Dodge Charger R/T 440 (1968-1969)

    Thursday 24 November 2016

    Part of our Most Sought After Muscle Cars Series What’s the most important onscreen muscle car of all time? Arguably, it’s the Dodge Charger. Let’s look at its television and film credentials:       The Dukes of Hazzard"Bullitt" with Steve McQueenThe Fast and the Furious Because of the car’s distinctive hardtop, just about anyone will recognize it, not... read more

  • How to Store your Classic Car for Winter

    Thursday 17 November 2016

    Not everyone lives in a sunny part of the world, and preparing your classic car for storage in the winter is an important annual event. Rain, sleet, snow, and salt can all take their toll on a car, so car storage is an important ritual that you’ll perfect and master over the years. Here are some of our tips for storing your classic car for the winter.   Choosing a Storage Location You need a secure, and most importantly, dry location for your car storage. It&rs... read more

  • Featured Muscle Car - Plymouth Barracuda

    Thursday 10 November 2016

    Part of our Most Sought After Muscle Cars Series The Plymouth Barracuda is a car that was produced from 1964 to 1974, but it’s really the third generation 1970-71 that’s part of our “most sought after muscle car” series. When Plymouth started in 1964 on this two-door car, it was based on the Plymouth Valiant. It was an A-body car with wraparound glass... read more

  • Should you Wax your Classic Car?

    Thursday 03 November 2016

    Car Wax for Classic Cars: Pros & Cons  If you have a classic car, you want to take the best possible care of it. The question often comes up: is waxing worth it? There are many benefits to waxing your classic car, but there are some drawbacks as well.   One of the primary benefits of waxing your car is that the wax provides a protective barrier, coating the paint and protecting your vehicle from the elements. Wax helps to prevent rust by filling in... read more

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