Keep your classic car’s exterior in top shape with this new guide
With so much focus on acquisition over maintenance, exterior appearance is sometimes forgotten. This new ‘ultimate’ car care guide is the solution
A classic car is a thing of pure beauty and elegance. The sculpted body lines and the powerful emotions created by the raw driving experience simply cannot be matched by any of today’s modern machines.
It’s easy to focus solely on the lengthy process of finding and purchasing the perfect example of your carefully chosen classic. That always feels like the hard part. But keeping your newly acquired classic vehicle looking in top condition can be very expensive and rather stressful.
More consumer advice
- How to register an imported car in the UK
- What 'buyer beware' really means when buying a classic car
- Get a concours-standard car of your own in our classifieds
There’s a perpetual battle between the choices of how to best care for your car’s external appearance and keep the interior looking as good as new.
Should you use a cutting compound and fine pad to get those swirl marks out, or will a simple hand polish suffice? Perhaps you should apply the latest ceramic coating to keep it looking perfect for longer? And how on earth are you going to remove all of those carpet stains left behind by taking a passenger out for a spin last weekend?
There’s always the option to pay a professional thousands of pounds to do it all for you, but where’s the satisfaction in that? There’s something to be said for the bonding experience involved in caring for your own car.
It can be a scary prospect at first but help is at hand, thanks to The Ultimate Car Care Tutorial. Guesswork has been eliminated from of the process of knowing how best to clean your treasured vehicle by clearly providing a breakdown of how to properly assess, correct and protect it for years to come.
Extra care has been taken in making sure that every step is explained in straightforward, uncomplicated terms, a vital approach when dealing with delicate paintwork. Those relying on the guide can feel safe in knowing what to do, when to do it and exactly how to do it.
Don’t want to spend your entire weekend polishing and waxing? We don’t either. Our step-by-step guide provides alternative, time-saving options for each step, so you can build a car care regime around the time you do have, not time you wish you had.
To grab a copy, send an email to UltimateCarCareTutorial@gmail.com. For just £120 today, you could save £1000s in the long term, and if you’re not satisfied with your product we offer a 110% refund.
This is the only guide you’ll ever need to take care of a perfectly maintained classic.
Classic Cars for Sale
Spectacular, incredibly well preserved condition Displaying only 18,330 actual miles! Rare & desirable “Diamond Jubilee” Edition Continental Mark V (an $8,000 upgrade when new) One of only 2,557 finished in “Jubilee Gold” Maintained by the original owner for over a decade! Praised as “the most luxurious production automobile we’ve ever built” by Ford Motor Company B
Wonderful condition Displaying only 45,550 actual miles! Rare and desirable 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe One of only 2,916 brought to the U.S. Numbers matching engine and highly desirable Getrag G50 5-speed manual transmission Stunning factory correct color combination Documentation includes owner’s manual, tool kit, and Porsche Certificate of Authenticity Well furnished
C2 Corvette Stingray. This iconic car is in stunning original condition Manufactured 1966 , 327 cid 300bhp Convertible Matching numbers and a genuine 47,800 miles with provenance. The car was specified from new in Sunfire Yellow with black interior, black soft-top, teak steering wheel and four speed manual. Included in the history is its original bill of sale and original copy of title to it
https://themarket.co.uk/listings/morris/minor-series-2/fdcd82f1-090f-41d8-97e6-b8b45e852832?status=live Auction is LIVE now, and finishes on 2nd October at www.themarket.co.uk Built on the 2nd and 3rd of January 1956 and bought by the current owner as an unfinished project, this early series 2, split-screen Morris Minor Traveller has been the subject of a loving two-year rotisserie restorati