It might be something that runs in the family. The car gene. Your 13 year old twins embraced the idea of working on the jeep and the bronco. Now that they are just turning 15, they are pretty excited to drive their “projects.” You bought both of the vehicles because they had good bodies and now the three of you are working together to rebuild the engines, fix the rust, and clean repair, and replac the interior upholstery. Who knows? Maybe both your son and daughter will develop your love for cars and collecting them. You have started them on something simple, something less expensive. With any luck they will be making money of their own before the reach your level of addiction to classic car collection.
One of the most popular cars among classic car collectors is the Cobra car kit. Carroll Shelby built 654
To state the obvious, cars are an important and functional aspect to daily life. For most of the world, cars are considered a means to an end, providing us transportation to work, social obligations, and beyond. But to some, cars are a way of life, a hobby, and an artform.
Auto enthusiasts express their passion for cars in a number of ways. Many visit car shows and follow blogs, keeping up to date on all the latest automotive trends. Those with a little more money to spend collect cars based on model, edition and other similar attributes. But some like to get crafty with it, and utilize their knowledge of cars to go a step further and build their own custom roadster.