Owning a convertible is a fun experience. You get to drive the open road in a whole new way, opening the top whenever the weather is just perfect for a day in the sun. While your convertible top has a lot of perks, it can also wear out more quickly if you are prone to utilizing the top being down a lot, particularly during the spring and summer when the weather is just begging for an open-road adventure.
A classic car needs a classic coat of paint, or so many purists would say. For some, it's all about nostalgia as the vibrant colors of an artisan-designed Shelby 427 Cobra's Guardsman Blue pulls out of the garage. For others, there's nothing wrong with trying something new, especially with new shades and changing favorite tastes entering the paint shop. If you're trying to figure out what to do with any kind of high-visibility car's color scheme, here are a few things to consider.
When I decided to restore my old car, one of the things that I was excited about was repainting the car. I spent a lot of time researching how to do the paint job properly because I wanted to be sure that it looked professional. I learned a lot about tips and tricks to create a quality finish, and when the car was done, I knew I had to teach others what I learned. This blog is my chance to share my tips and help others to feel better prepared to paint their own restoration projects. I hope the information here helps you to do just that.