I wrote this article because I have a passion for old cars and have owned a few over the years. My first car was an MGB GT, a 1978 model that appeared solid on the outside but was a little rusty underneath. With a little research I found out restoring these cars – or at least installing enough love to keep them on the roads for a few years longer – isn’t as hard as you may think if you start with the right car.
This ARTICLE features 5 Top Starter Classics, posted from Motor Ward.
- How To Restore A Classic By David C. Atkin (autorevival.com)