Here is a list of a few things you should consider before you start restoring the interior of your classic car.
Hobby vs. Everyday
Set A Budget
Get a Professional Detailing
Prepare a Work Schedule
To avoid getting overwhelmedmake a detailed schedule of all the tasks you will complete, and when. This not only will help you keep a level head, it will also encourage you to stay on track, and have your classic restoration completed in no time.
Once you have a detailed idea of what elements this restoration will involve. Regardless of the extreme or slight level or tear down, document all the parts that need to be repaired or replaced. Don’t be shy, take photographs, detailed notes, and index items as you disassemble. Your detailed list will be your life line, when you are ordering parts, and plan to use the list again when you reassemblein the same order as your notes.
Select a Pro
Let’s say you’ve already painted the body, a unique color that you forget the name of, and the classic photo indicates intricate needle work on the upholstery. A restoration specialist will be able to help you make sure your entire restoration design is harmonious from the inside out. They also have their own tools. I’m not just talking about tools to properly restore your vehicle. But tools in locating original vehicles specifications, finding matching parts. A restoration shop also has standards to uphold, that means that your restoration must live up to their standards, making sure that your classic car is in capable professional hands.