I don’t want to get all philosophical on you, but, to many people, our classic cars are nothing more than a bunch of metal and plastic parts that are put together to make a final product? There are many that do not feel a personal connection with what they consider simply a mode of transportation. But why do many of us create a personal attachment to these “old cars”? If we need to explain it, you’ll likely never understand.
If you’re like me, making the personal attachment is not something you do, it just happens. Most of the time, it is because of the time, sweat, and even small amounts of blood that you have invested when working on them. For others, the connection could be the result of the car being a family heirloom. Whatever the readon, let’s not forget, these classic cars that we all lust over are made up of metal and plastic parts, and those parts have to come from somewhere – enter Classic Industries.
Each personal connection between enthusiast and car is highly evident as we not only assemble those parts, but then care for the parts that make up our dream car. As Dan Woods from the television show Chop, Cut, Rebuild mentions in the video above, “When you do have that car that you had in high school, that’s the one you want. It was probably not all that great in high school, and now you’re going to correct all those problems.”
While Classic Industries might be a large company that survives by creating many of the parts we all use, they too have a personal connection to each of the cars that ultimately use the parts they supply. The people that work there are true automotive enthusiasts, and they all understand that when each and every part is installed onto a vehicle, each piece – be it large or small – is not just a part, it is the part that you need to get you closer to your vision of the perfect classic. That’s why Classic Industries will always strive to provide an extensive selection of the best restoration parts and accessories the automotive industry has to offer.
In this very digital era, videos are a popular way for manufacturers to showcase their product to potential consumers, and tClassic Industries understands that fact. And, if you’re interested in seeing some of these restoration parts in action, check out the video they have put together. This video is just slightly longer than 3-1/2 minutes, and highlights some of their in-house project vehicles. You also get a chance to hear from a few industry experts like Dan Woods, Jeff and Meggan Allen of CNBC’s The Car Chasers, and professional hot rod builder Bodie Stroud.
So, sit back and grab a cold one, and check out this video about what those industry professionals think about Classic Industries. To learn more about how Classic Industries can help you complete your car or truck, click here to get a free full-color parts catalog.