Big projects are great, but sometimes it’s the small stuff that makes the biggest difference. Most of us can appreciate a complete restoration job on a car that really needed it — but sometimes just finding a fixing a squeak or rattle on you weekend classic is all it takes to boost your peace of mind and the usability of the car. We’ve all had a lot of time on our hands lately, and it’s been the perfect time to sort out all those little car issues that have been bugging you. So what have you achieved?
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog asking for you to share your projects with us. We’re looking to feature those projects in our next print issue, so now’s the time to submit what you’ve been up to!
Have you rebuilt your carburetor? Brought OE paint back from the dead? Replaced a set of brakes? Upgraded an interior? Installed new trunk weatherstripping?
You’ve read about my C10 project here, and now I’d like to see what you’ve been doing. I’m sure other ACCers would like to see, too, so snap a few photos and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with a short description of what you’ve accomplished.
Look for them — and other ACCer projects — to be featured in ACC’s July/August 2020 issue.