RESTORA­TION GUIDE

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New Zealand Classic Car - - Restoration Guide -

ith spring in the air, what bet­ter time to get out into the garage, un­cover the clas­sic car, and at­tend to those pesky chores that you’ve been putting off for a while.

As clas­sic cars own­ers, we all know that there’s al­ways some­thing that needs at­tend­ing to, whether it’s sim­ply tidy­ing up in­te­rior car­pets and up­hol­stery, fix­ing that scratched wind­screen, touch­ing up the front guard af­ter a shop­ping trol­ley hit it last sum­mer, or some­thing big­ger, such as re­plac­ing a rusted-out ex­haust sys­tem. You may even want to push the boat out and se­ri­ously con­tem­plate a full restora­tion.

In any event, you can rest as­sured in the knowl­edge that there’s plenty of spe­cial­ist help out there, with pro­fes­sion­als who know ex­actly what they’re do­ing when it comes to clas­sic cars — whether they be Euro­pean, Amer­i­can, or Aus­tralian.

To help you on your way, we’ve com­piled a Restora­tion Guide that’s sure to send you in the right di­rec­tion.

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