Hmmm…it’s pitch dark outside in mid-afternoon, our classics are all tucked away in their garages, the streets are lit with colourful displays of mini-bulbs and we still can’t seem to find the scotch-tape. Yes, that’s right, it must be Holiday Season! Around the Classic Car Adventures’ office, that means just one thing: When will we [...]
On your marks. Get set. GO! The entry period for the 2012 Spring Thaw Classic Car Adventure is officially now open!
Previously, I posted about my four challenges with a major restoration. Today, I offer you three tips which should help you make it through your restoration job.
Typically, as I think about the Spring Thaw, I’m considering minor things to my Beetle such as adjusting the carbs, changing the brakes or building a new engine. Yes, that’s right, the minor things.
At the end of each Spring Thaw, we select a lucky individual, team or group for the “Spirit of the Thaw” award. The award is for someone who best demonstrates who we are, and what we’re about. In 2011 the award was awarded to an individual who hadn’t even entered the event!
Leave it to the French to create the most wacky and entertaining car chase scenes! Like the Dukes of Hazzard, but without the tough American iron to absorb the landings, the stuntmen and European tin in this 1975 film take a beating.
This unique 1959 GAZ-Volga – a product of a Soviet Union/Ford joint project now lives in British Columbia.