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Drive it like you stole it.

One of the advantages of learning how to do a good chunk of the work on your own car is that when something does go wrong with it, you generally have some idea how to fix it yourself.  I’ve spent the last few years learning all sorts of fun skills that relate to my old…

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The Flower Car

The Flower Car An East Coast Phenomenon? By: Louis C. Farah By far, the highest profile vehicles in the professional car hobby have always been ambulances and hearses.  That’s due to the fact that the vast majority of professional cars built were ambulances and hearses, at least, those professional vehicles that were built by such…

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Too many trailers.

The classic car hobby seems to be divided into two very distinct groups of people. And while this is a fairly sweeping generalization. Take a look around at the next car show and see for yourself. We have Trailer people and the Non-Trailer people. You can tell just by looking at the vehicles there. Trailer…

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Joining the Club Circuit

Reprinted with permission from the November 2010 Issue of the “Professional Car Collector” magazine. The official publication of Professional Cars International. Car shows are no longer reserved for mainstream classics anymore. At least not in California. If it rolls and has an engine, it can be seen at a variety of venues throughout the year….

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