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Archive for the ‘Classic Vehicle Maintenance Tips’ Category


Posted on June 19th, 2018

10 Best Classic Car Tires from Coker Tires

One of the most important parts of a classic car or truck is the tires. Selecting the proper tires not only adds to the vehicle’s appearance and authenticity, but it also determines the level of driving performance as well. There are a lot of things to consider when purchasing tires for your classic collector. Will…   Read More

Posted on May 31st, 2018

6 Tips for Selling Your Classic Car at Auction

Barrett Jackson, Mecum, Gooding & Company, Russo & Steele, the list goes on and on.  And chances are you have seen one of these classic car auctions on TV or maybe in person. They are exciting to watch!  The cars roll across the auction block, the auctioneer does his best to hype up the crowd’s…   Read More

Posted on April 26th, 2018

How to Buy and Sell a Classic Car or Truck on the Internet

Long gone are the days when you would just hang a “For Sale” sign in the window of your classic car or place an ad in the local newspaper.  Buying and selling classic cars these days has been massively simplified using the Internet.  Sellers now have access to a much larger audience of buyers both…   Read More

Posted on April 16th, 2018

How to Troubleshoot Faulty Gauges in your Classic Car or Truck

There are plenty of important gauges in your classic car.  Temperature, oil pressure, the battery’s voltmeter and of course the tachometer and speedometer.  The fuel gauge however may be the most important of all.  After all, if you don’t have fuel, your cruise down Main St. might get cut short. The older your classic gets,…   Read More

Posted on March 29th, 2018

Where to Buy Tires for Classic Cars

I’m often asked where we get the tires we use on the classic car and classic truck restorations we do here at Wilson Auto. After all, tires are important. They’re a critical part of safety if you drive the vehicle. And everyone knows a nice set of wheels can really make a vehicle shine. At…   Read More

Posted on March 26th, 2018

20 Best Tools to Restore Your Classic Car or Truck in a Home Garage

Restoring a classic car or truck in your own garage is going to be a labor of love.  It will require a lot of dedication, time, a good budget, know-how and of course tools. Having the right set of tools will make a huge difference in your restoration.  Without the correct tool, an otherwise simple…   Read More

Posted on March 12th, 2018

How to Ship A Classic Car or Truck

There are thousands of car shipping companies to choose from, some more reputable than others. Choosing the right one could mean the difference between an enjoyable car shipping experience and a huge headache. Before you dive right in and pick a company, you need to understand how the car shipping industry works. Shipping a high-end…   Read More

 

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