Making a vehicle uniquely yours is one of the best parts of ownership. From engine swaps to your favorite sticker on the rear glass, customizations come in many forms. This week we want to hear about the first thing you do when a new-to-you car enters your garage.
Vintage cars have a lot of character. Some come by it naturally, with tasteful body lines and factory refined exhaust notes. Others are built into creations that fulfill their owners’ vision. A vehicle becomes an extension of the owner, and each of us carefully curates exactly what that image is.
This Buick is a perfect start to a project.
To some, the factory got it right the first time—no custom work required. For the rest of us, the ratchet starts clicking before the engine has cooled from the trip home. Even small changes like custom radios, shift knobs, and blue-dot taillights can make your car just that—your car.
We want to know what you start with when you get a new-to-you ride. Is it a simple tune-up or are there parts waiting to go?