However, with a great classic car comes great responsibility. It is your baby and, well, babies require looking after. As such, we have compiled a list of ways you can look after yours and stop it from aging as badly as Mickey Rourke.
Start it up all the time
Storage is key
We think storing your classic car is a waste of owning a classic car. However, we also admit that your classic car should only be used in spring and summer, and on those gorgeous days in winter where the sun is shining. As such, storing your car somewhere dry and safe is important. If your car is exposed to damp then you can be sure that the metal is going to start looking shabby. So either build a garage that is safer than batman’s lair, or get a dehumidifier in your current garage. The choice is yours.
You’ve probably got the message by now; owning a classic car is a privilege. It’s a blessed lifestyle and a lifestyle is a terrible thing to waste. As such, you should be driving your car to its destination. However, if you are moving house, let’s say from one side of the country to the other - or if you have a second home seriously far away - then it is wise to employ a well-respected and safe national vehicle transport company. They’ll be able to transport your beloved beauty to wherever you want to go, and do so without risking the cars good health. This is important to you and everyone who you drive past for years to come.
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