Summertime motoring is in full swing for Classic Car owners, but this year things are a just a wee bit more special in British Columbia. Earlier this year, the B.C. Government proclaimed July as “Collector Car Appreciation Month”, and July 12th as the designated “Collector Car Appreciation Day”. Here at the CCA offices, we felt […]
This morning, while recovering from Jet-Lag, I figured a little catch-up around the internet would be a great idea. Following the jump, you’ll see a fantastic video about the daily use of a ’53 Porsche 356. True, snow and classics might not be for everyone, but the owner sure makes some valid arguments about driving […]
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.
Another new must-try event has been announced for the 2010 season. Inspired by the Spring Thaw, Jellybean Autocrafters will be hosting their Fall Colors tour October 1st-3rd.
We’re itching to meet up with our Classic Car friends again, and thought a morning drive would fit the bill nicely. We’re keeping it casual and fun, and thought we’d add a twist to help give you some inspiration this summer.
Directed by Claude Lelouch of Un Rendezvous infamy, the quirky French film, Un Homme et Un Femme, features great cars and driving scenes that will appeal to all classic car fans.