Winter Storage
by John Twist, University Motors
13 November 2008.

Ask a dozen classic car owners how each of them stored his special car last year and you will receive a dozen different answers. Methods range from abandoning the vehicle under a tree in the front yard, to complex routines involving raising the classic off the ground and removing the seats. There is not a "proper" method as each owner has slightly different considerations and requirements More...

Painting Insights

The final finish on your classic or special interest automobile can be considered the crowning jewel of the restoration process. It is the single most visible aspect of the finished project and it affects the potential value of the car. Furthermore, it is a direct reflection of the care and pride invested by both owner and craftsman alike. In order to help familiarize you with the art of custom/restoration refinishing, we have compiled the following information More...

Restorations Defined - Not All Restorations are Equal

Customers ask us about restorations all the time, usually in the form of "how much will it cost to restore my car?" Before we can answer the question we need to agree on a definition of the word "restoration" as it applies to cars in general, then as it applies to the car in question More...

Exterior Paint & Interior Restoration / Reconsidering Considerations

Customers ask us about restorations all the time, usually in the form of "how much will it cost to restore my car?" Before we can answer the question we need to agree on a definition of the word "restoration" as it applies to cars in general, then as it applies to the car in question More...