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Posted on: 7/14/2016 by Car Guy
There are endless choices for car restoration projects. There are muscle cars from the sixties and seventies, and many cool cruisers for a hands-on car enthusiast; but when car purchase price and parts availability, along with the restored value and classic car insurance cost affect a buyer's decision, some cars are not worth 'their weight in gold' restored. What cars are worth restoring? We have scoured the Internet and collected 7 of the best classic cars to restore.  Read More
Posted on: 7/22/2014 by Matt Robertson
If you own an antique, classic, vintage, or muscle car, you may want to meet other people who share in the same hobby. There are a lot of different car clubs around the world that give people the opportunity to come together and share in their love of antique, classic, vintage, or muscle cars. There are even clubs that focus on one specific brand of car or even some that narrow it down to a certain year, like the 54 Ford Club of America. These clubs offer their members access to a variety of information, including where to buy parts, where to go to get their cars worked on, and what kind of classic car insurance they should get.  Read More
Posted on: 7/21/2014 by Matt Robertson
Classic car buyers who have been to many different auctions know all the tips and tricks, which means they'll be the ones walking away with the coolest cars without spending a huge amount of money. If you want to compete with them, you'll need to learn and use some of these various tips for buying a classic car at auction.  Read More
Posted on: 12/10/2013 by Matt Robertson
One thing few people really thought about when Hurricane Sandy hit was all of the lost vehicles. People were concerned for their homes and their property, which did include their cars, but mostly they were worried about not having a place to live. Cars were secondary, especially classic cars. But for those who lost their beloved classic cars, the hurricane took more than just their form of transportation. It took something they loved. It was especially horrible for those without collector car insurance since they may not have received any form of compensation for their loss.  Read More
Posted on: 12/9/2013 by Matt Robertson
No matter how much you try to resuscitate it, sometimes you have to admit that your classic car is dead. It's a sad day when you have to do this, but it's not always possible to safe your beloved vehicle. This may be true of a junker you bought thinking you could repair it, or it might be true of one of the classic cars you purchased at an auction and painstakingly restored only for something horrible to happen. No matter what, you can only hope your vintage car insurance will cover it. If you're wondering if your classic car is reaching the end of its life, here are a few signs to look for.  Read More
Posted on: 12/9/2013 by Matt Robertson
Buying a classic car is more than just another purchase. It's more than buying another car, especially since it most likely won't be your main form of transportation. What is it is an investment. It's something that is worth money, unlike your other modern cars that actually lose value the moment you drive them off the lot. Classic cars only get better with age, especially if you maintain them. For that reason, you want to treat them more like a collectible and less like another car. That means you'll want to do things like getting special collector car insurance and make certain they're protected from storms and other damage. But before you jump into the car collecting industry, here are a few things you should keep in mind. For example, if you are looking for classic car insurance the policies aren't cheap.  Read More
Posted on: 10/31/2013 by Matt Robertson
Looking for the perfect way of celebrating Thanksgivukkah? How about buying a classic car, or taking a drive in one you already own? There are a lot of different ways of celebrating this rare event, but if you want to do it with cars, here are eight classic vehicles that are perfect.  Read More
Posted on: 10/29/2013 by Matt Robertson
Thinking about detailing your classic car? There are a number of different things you could do, but before you start, how about taking a look at what some of the professionals have done to their vintage vehicles? Here are some detailing tips that might give you some great ideas for your classic car.  Read More
Posted on: 10/24/2013 by Matt Robertson
Do you want to purchase a classic car but aren't sure exactly how? There are a number of different things to look for. In fact, before you even start looking for an old car to purchase, there are a few things you should do, including looking into classic car insurance.  Read More
Posted on: 10/1/2013 by Matt Robertson
Have you ever thought about flipping cars? Flipping cars involves purchasing cars that are in need of repair or that are being sold for a very low amount and then selling them for a profit. However, not all cars can be flipped. Some classic cars resell for more than others, so you want to be certain that you're investing in the right vehicles; and make sure you are protecting your investment with antique car insurance. Here are a few of the best classic cars for flipping.  Read More