thing that can really enhance the driving experience
with your restored classic car is mechanical upgrades.
your classic car restoration is underway, you may
want to carefully consider the option of an engine
upgrade, brake system upgrade, transmission
upgrade, or suspension upgrade. Your car was great
to drive by the standards of the day when it was
built, but that day was a long time ago! Technology
has changed quite a bit since then. An antique classic
car restoration is a great thing, and everyone loves
a true original classic, but more and more people
every year are asking for these upgrades. If your
goal is an all-original classic car restoration,
go to another page on our really cool website! But
if you're looking to modernize your classic car,
question we get a lot is how mechanical upgrades
to a classic car restoration affect the vehicle's
value. Good question! The value of a car is very
close to the most important thing about it, really.
Think about it, if you had more money, you'd have
more cars! So let's make sure we are thoughtful
with the money. If you're going to spend money you'll
never see again, that's OK, but I'd like to make
sure the discussion has been easy so you can make
the right decision for you.
line on the value, though; if it's cool, then it's
OK for the resale value. If the car has terrific
value as an original, which is fairly rare, then
it's a shame to hurt the originality of the car.
But most cars aren't Barrett-Jackson six figure
collector cars, so it's just fine to update them.
Like I said above, let's talk and I'll be able to
make some good recommendations.
few years ago, though, this wasn't true. If you
changed a car at all it always hurt the value. But
these days most of us want cars that are more fun
to drive; disc brakes, more efficient and powerful
engines, better highway speed at lower RPM, and
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