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Cars are more than just a vehicle for transportation for many people, but an extension of their own identity which is why many people choose to customize their cars. Performing car restorations can be a hobby for some and job for others. If you are interested in hiring someone to do an auto restorations project for you these are some terms that will be helpful to know.

  • Classic – A classic car is strictly defined as cars built between 1925-1942 with a few exceptions but more loosely describes a car older than 25 years. Classic cars are typical auto restorations project.
  • Panels – The word panels typically describes the interior pieces of a car that can be painted to customize the vehicle. Most cars come with plain black, gray and brown tone interiors but people can choose to paint the interior panels any color from red and yellow to other memorable color pairings.
  • Emblem – Emblems are car accessories which identify the make, model and special features of a car, truck or SUV. These are typically made from chrome.
  • Restoration – Car restorations refers to the process of fixing an older car back to its authentic shape. True restoration includes repair what can be seen on the outside such as paints, bumpers, accessories and chrome as well as what cannot be seen such as the engine and trunk.
  • Hopped-Up – The term hopped-up describes modifications that are made to the engine and parts that a car originally came with that increase the power and performance of the vehicle.
  • Supercharger – A supercharger is a mechanical device on some cars which pumps air into the engine of the car more quickly which helps the car accelerate rapidly. Cars with superchargers are popular restoration projects.
    Goodguys Rod and Custom Association
    Pleasanton, CA 94566
    Our organization around highly regarded staff will restore or custom design your vehicle to your specifications. We customize your car in its entirety right down to the floor mats.  
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    Slow Joe Customs Inc
    122 S Reilly Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28314
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    (910) 867-6815
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    Kenny's Kustom
    1985 Highway 9 W, Longs, SC 29568
    (843) 756-0577
    Coastal Auto Restyling
    1701 Park View Rd, Conway, SC 29526
    (843) 902-8384
    Classic Car Care
    2268 Highway 544, Conway, SC 29526
    (843) 347-7153
    Red Hill Auto Upholstery
    1320 Highway 501 Business Unit B, Conway, SC 29526
    (843) 347-2947
    Carolina Long's Upholstery
    1041 Pine Crest Cir, Conway, SC 29526
    (843) 484-0184
    Phillips Custom Body Shop Inc
    305 Highway 90 E, Little River, SC 29566
    (843) 249-7148
    Beach Boys Auto Service Lube
    311 Highway 90 E, Little River, SC 29566
    (843) 663-2525
    Scott's Upholstery
    Little River, SC 29566
    (843) 399-1553
    Freddie's Cyco's
    2201 Tharpe Rd, Little River, SC 29566
    (843) 399-2707
    Leon's Trim Shop
    2013 Highway 378, Conway, SC 29527
    (843) 248-4592
    Auto Upholstery & Tops
    714 Seaboard St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
    (843) 626-3706
    Bruce James Racing
    1560 Pine Island Rd Ste B, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
    (843) 213-1646
    482 Piedmont Ave, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
    (843) 444-2424
    Show Ridez
    1855 S Madison St, Whiteville, NC 28472
    (910) 640-1559

    Car restorations and customizations allow owners to pick and choose exactly how they want their vehicle's interior and exterior to look and feel. Auto restorations can be done by professional mechanics or owners that want to rebuild it in their own time. Stores have paints, floor mats, replacement parts, and accessories customers are able to choose from for their vehicle. Car restoration projects vary in time depending how much work needs to be put in, what parts are needed to be ordered, and how much time a person has to do the work. Car owners that want to it on their own can visit several different auto stores to look at what interior and exterior parts and accessories they have for sale. Restoring automotives at auto shops is another option owners have if they don't feel they can make the changes on their own. Mechanics order, install, and ensure the parts are working properly. Bumpers, engines, transmissions, seat covers, and new exterior painting are common jobs required during auto restorations. Mechanics that provide restoration services may specialize in one type of automobile, such as trucks, while others work with cars, trucks, SUVs, and other vehicles. When restoring cars, mechanics work with owners carefully to make sure everything they are changing is approved. Speaking with several different mechanics is recommended to see who offers the best price for auto restorations. Getting an estimate is essential when trying to determine a budget to follow. Owners can easily choose to spread out purchasing and installing replacing parts and accessories over a period of time to make the restoration process more affordable.
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