Restoring A 1972 Corvette On A Budget

If you've just purchased the car of your dreams, congratulations on checking one more thing off of your bucket list. If the car is a 1972 Corvette Stingray, you're among many thousands of other car enthusiasts who would also love to own one. The only issue is that you got the car at a rock bottom deal and it needs a little work. If you're willing to put some time and effort into making the right connections, you should be able to get the car into pristine condition without breaking the bank. Read More 

Addressing A Couple Of Questions About Auto Body Repairs

When your car suffers damage, it is important to ensure that it is repaired as quickly as possible. Even minor body damage can gradually turn into a major problem for your vehicle if it is left unrepaired. However, there are many people that are not comfortable with taking their car in for repairs because they lack experience with this type of work. After considering the following answers to a couple of routine question about this type of work, you may find it easier to feel confident and informed during this process. Read More 

Critical Tips For Getting Collision Repair After A Wreck

After being involved in a car wreck with another person, you might be confused as to how to get your vehicle back to the best condition possible. It is vital that you act quickly, and with the right information in mind. This way, you'll be able to get your vehicle back up to par and remain safe and sound as you operate it. Further, you'll bring your car back up to its rightful value and will retain the aesthetic quality that you have come to expect from it. Read More 

Protect Your Property With Thorough Repairs - Advantages Of OEM Parts

Finding yourself handling the aftermath of an auto collision can be an extremely stressful process. You'll have a wide variety of concerns on your hands, and one of the most important is making sure your car is repaired in the most efficient, thorough, and longest lasting way possible. One way to do so is to make sure you choose the right parts. Original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, parts can go a long way in guaranteeing the successful completion of your repair. Read More 

Peeling RV? What You Can Do To Spot And Stop Delamination Damage

Many RVs have fiberglass siding. It's lightweight, attractive, and durable, making it a good choice for finishing the outside of the RV. Unfortunately, fiberglass can fall victim to delamination damage, which usually occurs on older models or those that have suffered damage. Knowing how to find this damage and taking steps to prevent it can keep your RV on the road and looking good. What It Looks Like The fiberglass sides of an RV are made from plywood, which then has a fiberglass overcoat layered on top. Read More