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Tips for Protecting Your Classic Car Upholstery

So you’ve made the decision to restore your classic car upholstery, bringing it back to its former glory and making you the proud owner of a complete restoration project. We understand that it takes a lot of hard work and…

Will Your Classic Car Restoration Project Stand Out?

It’s easy to just buy a new car, but you have better taste and higher standards. That’s why you’ve got classic car restoration on the brain. You aren’t the first one to catch the bug. At Legendary Auto Interiors, we’ve…

Answering the Question: Is My Classic Car Worth Restoring?

Restoring a classic car can be an incredibly rewarding project, and it’s likely one you’ve thought about for a while. You can bring a well-loved favorite back to its original glory and take it to shows or drive around your…

Classic Car Restoration Tips for Beginners

If you’re a car enthusiast who has dreamed of restoring a classic car, you may be wondering where to start. A car renovation is the ultimate labor of love. The average restoration takes about 1,000 hours to complete. But don’t…

How To Prepare Your Classic Car for Upholstery

Watching your classic car take shape is extremely satisfying. The final step is usually picking out and installing the perfect car upholstery. The experience is – don’t tell your kids – almost as good as holding your baby for the…

How to Restore Your Muscle Car Interior

Immediately after buying the classic car of your dreams, you’re probably not thinking how best to restore the interior. Yet becoming the envy of every classic car enthusiast in your area won’t happen if your ride’s interior shows its age….

Why Restore a 1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am?

Close your eyes for a moment, empty your thoughts, and just focus on coming up with one name that, all things being equal, would be the ultimate classic muscle car to restore. Odds are that one name would immediately come…

Spotlighting Chevy’s Mid-Sixties Super Sport Series

When you think of classic Chevy cars from the sixties, one model typically jumps into your mind: The Camaro. Holding one of the top spots among the greatest muscle cars ever built, it’s easy to see why Camaros are such…

Media Blasting: Quickly Remove Rust & Old Paint from Your Classic Car

Is Rust Ruining Your Restoration Project? Burdened by rust, road salt stains, or grime that detergents just can’t seem to remove? When it comes to the toughest cleaning, media blasting is your ticket to a fully restored classic car. Media…

Tale of the Tape: The 1969-70 Dodge Charger Daytona vs. The 1970 Plymouth Superbird

If you’re that driver who suddenly perks up when someone pulls alongside you at a stop light, alertly grips the wheel at ten and two, and mutters a barely audible “Gentlemen, start your engines,” then what better car to restore…

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