I admit I'm a neophyte when it comes to restoring a classic vehicle. If you read the "About" page on this site, you'll see that my interest and expertise lies in late model "performance" cars. Read more
I just found out that Esoteric Auto Detail posted a "walk around" video of my ZL1 to YouTube. Enjoy!
I picked up my Camaro this afternoon from the detailer. It's now safely parked in my garage.
All I can say is wow! The car looks fantastic! Now the hard part begins trying to maintain this pristine finish.
I took a few photos outside the detailer's shop before heading home.
If you'd like to see the high quality photos taken by the the detailer, click here.
Let me know what you think.
One of the most frustrating aspects of washing your car is getting the wash hose stuck on a tire as you pull it around the car. Whenever this happens, you typically have to walk back around the vehicle and pull the stuck hose away from the tire. A real pain if you have to do it multiple times during a wash! Read more
For most people the answer to this question is one in which their car received an award. It's just human nature to want others to appreciate and recognize the time and effort you've soaked into restoring and maintaining your special ride. If you're experience has been like mine, there have been plenty of shows where your car didn't receive an award but you still thought it was a good show. So let's take a moment to examine the ingredients that I think make for a good car show. Read more
Just dropped off my new Camaro this morning at Esoteric Detailing in New Albany to have their new car paint correction service, followed by the application of paint protection film (PPF), and finally application of two coats of a protective ceramic "glass" coating over the entire car. Read more
Yesterday's exceptionally mild January weather gave many car enthusiasts a good excuse to bring their classic and show cars out of winter storage for a couple of car events. Read more
The Mid Ohio Cruisers will be holding their annual Snow Ball Cruise-in at the Marysville Burger King located at US 33/36 this Saturday, January 21, 2017, from 2-4 pm.
Saturday's forecast is calling for cloudy skies with highs in the upper 50's. The unusually balmy weather should bring out a few more cars than normal for this event.
I've been to multiple monthly cruise-ins hosted by the Mid Ohio Cruisers, however, this will be my first snow ball cruise-in. If it holds true to the monthly shows, there will be music from the 50's and 60's, door prizes, 50/50 drawing and 10 awards. Registration is free.
Dress warm and expect a crowded dining area. Hope to see you Saturday.