Classic Car Restorations in Huntingdon Valley

Classic Car Restorations in Huntingdon Valley

Classic Car Restorations in Huntingdon Valley

Are you a classic car owner? Maybe you want to buy a classic car in the future, but want to find out more about the restoration process before making a long-term commitment. At JD’s Auto Repair in Huntingdon Valley, we help customers from the local and surrounding area with their classic car restoration ideas and questions. Our technicians are specially trained in how to conduct both partial and full classic car restorations. If you want to find out more, simply stop in or give us a call so that we can see how to best serve your needs.
At JD’s Auto Repair, we understand that classic car owners take great pride in their vehicles. Even if you are not preparing for one of the big car shows, you still want your car to look and perform its best. If you aren’t sure what kind of restoration service you might need, you can always come in or give us a call to find out which one would be best for your vehicle. Both kinds of restorations will result in a car that looks and drives like a dream. You’ll just need to decide which kind of restoration works best for your particular needs at the time.
Partial restorations include many different procedures, such as rust repair, paint jobs, undercoating to underside and also to the interior. At JD’s Auto Repair, we can analyze all of the mechanical components of your car to ensure that you receive the highest quality performance on the restoration we complete. A partial restoration from our shop might also include upgrades to various systems in your car such as the transmission, suspension, brakes or steering. We will always restore the body and the paint of your car in a partial restoration.
In a full restoration, you will see many of the same upgrades included in a partial restoration, but usually with the addition of a complete interior restoration, along with an electrical system, cooling system and delivery system restoration, as well. In a full restoration, your car’s motor and drive train will likely be replaced or completely rebuilt. Your vehicle will be repaired of all rust and any dents will be smoothed out, as well. The choice to go with a partial restoration or a full restoration is up to you, and you’ll find that there are many options to consider.