Cruise-In Classic Car Restoration was featured in the April 2017 edition of Hot Rod Magazine. Be sure to go pick up your copy to read our article!
1. Finding the Car and Finding the Parts 2. Decide What Type of Restoration to Do (Driver Restoration, Street show restoration, Show car restoration, Concourse) 3. Update the Safety Equipment (seat belts, airbags, etc)4. Know Your Limits (Classic Car Restoration can get VERY expensive and parts may be hard to find) 5.Don’t Expect to Resell It (Know your budget!!!! You will spend more money restoring your vehicle than you will get from selling it) 6. Be Prepared for Setbacks (Most cars need alot of work because of thier age, after market parts need to be adjusted to fit the cars correctly, and parts are hard to find for some cars.)
1. Always spray cleaner on rag before applying to material. 2. Use the correct solution for your specific upholstery. Certain Materials require certain products to use so you do not ruin the material. 3. Spot clean and detail your car interior on a regular basis to prevent damage and stains.