What’s Old Is Made Brand New Again

Every day, restoring a car gets more and more expensive. Yes, our dollar is as strong as it has been for a few years now, holding steady around that seventy-five cent mark in comparison to the U.S. dollar, but that’s only part of the equation.

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Covid Rebuild Resurgence

This article reminded me of a recent experience giving my buddy a ride out to rural transmission shop to pick up his truck. As I waited in the shop I noticed multiple turbo 400's sitting there. I recognized the immediately as I have been scrubbing one clean for a few hours now, and I feel I know the outside and it's nooks and crannies too well. I mentioned the turbo 400's to the shop owner, and he said "it's crazy", everyone is restoring their old car and bringing in their turbo 400's and 727's into his shop. Could eventually mean some new old rides hitting the streets which is always a good thing. I'm in AB but suspect SK is doing the same thing. Keep it up bud.

Kelly Macklem more than 3 years ago