Restoring Arizona’s Great Classic Cars

Restoring Arizonas Great Classic CarsThere are several car enthusiasts who spend their time and money acquiring classic cars. Some of these collectors will only purchase vehicles found on the list composed by the Classic Car Club of America. The club uses a set of standards to define what is considered as a classic. According to their definition a classic is any auto made between the years of 1925 and 1948. This time period often makes the parts of these cars hard to find for replacement. Car collectors in Arizona will find it beneficial to enlist the help of a professional repair service which specializes in restoring classic cars.

When looking for a professional service for classic car repair, it is important to ascertain if the company performs work on the motor and its components or just on the body. When dealing with older cars, there can be parts which need to be replaced on both the exterior and interior of the vehicle. It is not uncommon to need new seats, or to have the existing ones covered in new upholstery. Floor boards may also need to be replaced in order to get the car back in mint condition. The process of restoration is intended to put the car back to its original design using as many original parts as possible.

 

 

Classic Car MechanicsSome car enthusiasts do not stick to the definition for classic vehicles provided by the CCCA. Many collectors consider the muscle cars from previous decades as classic automobiles. The muscle cars Arizona collectors might consider as valuable investments are usually those which were made during the 1950’s and 60’s. Collectors interested in having a Mustang restored to its original condition could find mechanics who are familiar with the systems used in this car. Cars made prior to the 1990’s had very different fuel and exhaust systems which did not utilize the technology used in building cars today.

The majority of car repair services work primarily to restore the body of the vehicle. This might be all that is needed for a car from the 1960’s, which was not driven very much. There are many classic cars from this period which come with less than one hundred thousand miles on them. They also have more compatible parts still available for purchase. If the car is one of the vintage automobiles from the earlier years, chances are the parts are not as readily available. The mechanics capable of working on older models of cars are often more like craftsmen than automotive repair technicians. These experts often have the means to strengthen existing systems which maintains the authenticity of the vehicle.

Professional Service For Classic Car RepairA professional repair shop capable of restoring older cars to their classic design should be able to work with the frame, the body and any glass which might need to be repaired or replaced. They should also be able to work on various makes and models regardless of when they were first manufactured.

From external bumpers to interior seats and steering wheels, a professional service should be able to handle it all. Contact us today!

Fred Mccurdy AuthorWritten By

Scottsdale Muffler & Automotive
1710 E Curry Rd
Tempe, Arizona 85281
Office: 480-994-4741

Posted: October 25, 2012
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