The Internet is full of information about classic cars and trucks. So much so that it can sometimes be difficult to find what you are truly looking for. Classic car forums can be some of those harder to find resources. For those that haven’t heard, a forum is a place where like minded individuals can… Read More
Fiberglass repair is not a job for the timid. It is a job that takes a great set of know-how and skills. We really do suggest that you consider seeking out the help of professionals. We are writing this article in the hopes that we can lend a little advice to those that will ultimately… Read More
Many of us around the shop here at Wilson Auto have a real love for Corvettes, especially those from the 1950s and 1960s. We also have a real fondness for Zora Arkus-Duntov, the man at GM that made the Corvette an American icon. Zora was born in 1909 to wealthy Russian parents studying in Belgium…. Read More
I had fun on a corvette cruise. The first leg was a trip around the track at Texas Motor Speedway…
This car just looks fast and is fun to drive.
Rear axle leaking and bad oil pressure gage. This car should be hitting the streets this week.
The 1962 Corvette started and made a trip for an front end alignment. Just a few more details with the electrical and a state inspection. Then a few days of test driving. Just in time for the fall weather.