Did you ever stop and wonder why people love old cars? Well I'll tell ya , I own a 1955 Pontiac and driving it to the supermarket is always fun. See you have to factor in time to talk with people when you go out, because someone will stop you and ask question, or tell you about the same car their parents or grandparents had.
See, the age of the early automobiles reminds us of the simple times and the workmanship and pride each car manufacture took to make something a little more special. Now I know what your thinking, 'WHAT ABOUT THE GAS MILEAGE?" Well, let me tell you that old 8 cylinder car gets 23 mph on the highway, which isnt bad in the grand scheme of things .
We atare lucky and thankful to have a love for these old cars and have enjoyed restoring them, we are very thankful for all of our customers, and enjoy the stories of their old cars when they drop them off for us to restore.
Last year we rebuilt a 1949 Mercury. It had everything but James Dean. This year we are finishing a 1969 Chevelle that our customer has had since high school, as well as a 1968 Pontiac Firebird that our customer bought new.
We hope that you follow our customers cars or even stop in and check out their progress while they're here. Visit us and like us on Facebook "Brians Automoitve Inc" and check out our web site, and please if you have any questions about that first purchase of an old car or need help in restoring it feel free to email Brians at firstname.lastname@example.org