Restoration

Put on Your Winter Coat, 3M and Meguiar’s Style

Put on Your Winter Coat, 3M and Meguiar’s Style
Salted roads and snow. They both suck, and for completely different reasons. One makes commuting a potentially life-threatening inconvenience, while the other is put in play in order to alleviate said slippery disposition, but poses a threat to your automobile and is a chore to remove.
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BMW Restores Elvis’ BMW 507: Viva Concours d’Elegance!

BMW Restores Elvis’ BMW 507: Viva Concours d’Elegance!
BMW made a major discovery for fans of the classic 507 roadster and for fans of Elvis Presley. While Elvis was doing military service in Germany, he owned a slick little 507 that was thought to have been lost forever.
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Le Mans Winning 1972 Porsche 911 Flawlessly Restored

Le Mans Winning 1972 Porsche 911 Flawlessly Restored
Porsche is showing off a complete restoration that it did on a very special 911 2.5 S/T. This 911 has an important motorsports history behind it, as it was its class winner at the Le Mans race in 1972. The car was in very poor shape before the restoration happened with parts missing, extensive damage, and was far from drivable. Porsche spent over two years restoring the car. 
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Restoring Honda Serial One: The Very First Honda Sold in the U.S.

Restoring Honda Serial One: The Very First Honda Sold in the U.S.
I was just one year old back in 1969, but that was the year when Honda brought its first ever car to the United States from Japan. The Honda N600 was a simple little city car, but represented a milestone in the automotive industry.
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Fire Damaged 1952 Ferrari 225E Impeccably Restored

Fire Damaged 1952 Ferrari 225E Impeccably Restored
A few years back, a Ferrari collector from Argentina had a 1952 Ferrari 225E that had been partially destroyed by a fire. This little car isn’t the sexiest of Ferrari’s, but it is a beautiful and rare vehicle.
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The Beast of Turin Disturbs the Peace at Goodwood

The Beast of Turin Disturbs the Peace at Goodwood
Duncan Pittaway has become somewhat of a legend among classic car fans. For the past decade he’s been working to restore his Fiat S76, a car built in 1911 specifically to break the land speed record.
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Discovering the World’s Oldest Porsche

Discovering the World’s Oldest Porsche
Luciano Rupolo is a retired Italian auto mechanic who first got into racing and collecting cars in the mid 1970s. Since then, he’s had some incredible cars in his garage and, now retired, visits with Locals Magazine to show off his current collection of mostly Italian racers and street cars.
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