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Tips For Taking Care Of Your Classic Car

Your classic car is not only an investment but also your baby. Classic cars aren’t like any cars, you have to take extra measures to not only preserve its beauty and also its functionality. 

Cover It 
Covering your car not only protects it from the outdoor elements, but also inside your garage. Covering your car can protect it from dust, pollen and debris from your garage. Dust can make your classic car become dingy and dull when in reality you want it to sparkle and shine. An indoor car cover can also prevent airborne moisture. During extremely humid conditions, condensation can form and can cause discoloration or pit on your vehicle. An indoor car cover that’s breathable will prevent moisture from settling on your vehicle. 

Detail It
With a classic car, you want it to be in the most pristine condition as humanly possible. This is why it’s important to detail it. It’s crucial to thoroughly wash and wax your car–including the chrome and paint. A car that’s dirty can cause more damage than one expects. Dirt and grime can build up, causing rusting and poor performance.

Check It
Even if you’re an expert classic car owner, sometimes a second opinion is needed. It’s important to have your classic car checked routinely by a professional and qualified mechanic as it’s easy to overlook repairs or minor adjustments to the untrained eye. Having these problems fixed or adjusted can save your car from larger issues down the road. 

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