If you’re in the market for a new car, you might want to take a look at restoring your old one. Or better yet, getting a classic car rebuild. There are a few reasons why we recommend this:
- Unique design. You’ve probably heard the phrase, “They just don’t make cars the way they used to.” Modern cars tend to be monotonous designs resulting from profit-driven mass production. On the other hand, classic car rebuilds are reinventions of older designs driven by passion and, as a result, much more creativity. For example, did you know that the third-generation Corvette designs were the last to be influenced by the guy who first built them?
- Simplicity. Modern cars, with all their tech, can be a bit confusing. Granted, we all appreciate the proximity sensors and backup cameras. But what happened to good ol’ driving? Classic car rebuilds help keep things simple. The best thing about them is you can add as many (or as few) tech gadgets as you need in your car.
- Collector’s item. Classic car rebuilds are not only functional but can also be a timeless addition to your garage. In terms of value, they are polar opposites to modern cars, which lose value the moment they are driven into a showroom. Classic cars are less common and gain value with time, making them a good investment overall.
In addition to the above reasons, classic car rebuilds can be a fun project or hobby. At Father & Son Collision and Classic Car Restoration, we love rebuilding old and classic cars from the ground up. We also offer a lifetime warranty so that you can be confident in the quality of our rebuilds. To learn more about the best classic car for you, get in touch with us today.