What can be learned from judging–and being judged–at a concours

In the 20-something years we've gone to concours events, we've learned a lot from being both a judge and having our cars judged.

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How to pack an effective quick detail kit

What detailing supplies should you always have on hand both at home or on the road? Here's what detailing pro Tim McNair of Grand Prix Concours recommends.

10 Items you need in your workspace

Sure, your workspace will always be a project in itself, but these 10 essentials are a solid foundation for a well-stocked shop.

How to plan for the best restoration–and what to do if it goes wrong

Even with the best of intentions, not all restorations go according to plan. Here are some tips to make the best of a bad situation.

18 tips to ensure an organized restoration

Here are 18 steps to keep your restoration organized and going smoothly.

Saving a Ferrari 365 GTC from a botched restoration

The story of how one Ferrari 365 GTC overcame one of the worst things that can happen to a classic car owner: a bad restoration.

How to find, plan and tackle your next project

Restoring a car sounds almost glamorous, even noble. Then the reality of committing both money and time set in.

23 easy ways to improve your classic car

Here are 23 things you can do to improve your classic car.

Paint chip? Here's how to fix at home.

A rock chip on the hood of a 1958 Corvette? Here's how we fixed it from the comfort of our own garage.

Preflight check: The key to a better driving adventure

Heading out on the highway? A few simple preflight checks can change a potential disaster into a delightful getaway.

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