Cars to Restore:
1) 1963-65 Buick Riviera– though parts for this model may be more expensive because they are in high demand among car restorers, some companies are beginning a new reproduction of them, which may mean the price will begin to drop slightly on those parts. As time passes, this car is increasingly more popular as one of the better cars to restore.
2) 1953-54 Chevrolet Bel Air– classic car enthusiasts love this model for many reasons, but we can all appreciate relatively low prices on parts. Everything from mechanical and electrical parts as well as upgrade options for added performance are generally inexpensive, comparatively speaking.
3) 1971-72 Pontiac GTO- Since their release, the GTO has been a favorite among muscle car fans. Known for its performance and aggressive look, the GTO still turns heads as it roars down the street. Done well, a restoration can pay off in the end, with the potential to turn a profit after it has been restored.
4) 1968-69 AMC AMX– Depending on the parts (specifically, the engine) you choose, this can be a pricey restoring project, but they are certainly in demand. However, it should be fairly simple to make this one of the cars to restore because of the lack of complexity overall in their design.
5) 1961-66 Lincoln Continental– These models can be tricky for those lacking experience in restoring classic cars, so it may be a good idea to get a professional opinion as the project progresses. These are great cars for a summer cruise with good friends and they are relatively affordable, which is an added bonus.
6) 1928-31 Ford Model A– You didn’t think this old classic would be left out, did you? Asthe second model Ford produced, this car is not only fairly simplistic, but there are still many of them around, which means cheaper parts and lots of experts in case you get stuck during the restoration.
Do you plan on restoring a classic car? Have you already restored one? Tell us about it in the comment section!