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Auto Restoration Shops Directory

Until about a decade ago, it was pretty simple to find restoration shops that could take a classic car and rebuild it, detail it, replace brackets, bolts, clamps, restore the interior, refinish the body and so on. Restoration shops have been slowly disappearing from the scene leaving many classic car owners with fewer choices. Fortunately, even though the brick and mortar shops have left the scene the restoration experts still remain and are more than willing to help you, if you can find them. One of the best places to find an auto restoration specialist is at a classic auto show.

Look for newspaper or television notices of classic auto conventions and events occurring near your town and make an effort to attend. Take special note of the ones that have restoration quality work that you are impressed with. Then ask questions to find out who did the restoration work on the vehicle. The advantage of finding a restoration specialist this way is that you have seen, first hand, the results of their labor. As more and more restoration shops leave the scene, the classic car owner will increasingly find that he is looking for all of the help that he can. At least, for now, the help is still out there if you're willing to take the time to research and find it.

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