We are always on the lookout for stuff that can make your enjoyment of the car restoration hobby a little more enjoyable. Our goal is to let you know what's available in book form, whether it's books of automotive statistics, facts, or just eye candy.
Book Review: Composite Materials: Fabrication Handbook #2 by John Wanberg
As cars from the '70s and '80s become "antique" cars, they are more likely to become restoration candidates. And they used a lot of plastic and composites. To restore these cars, you may need to know how to make your own composite parts. This book shows you how.…keep reading
Book Review: Collector's Originality Guide: Corvette 1968-82 by Tom Falconer
How do I find out what's original on my car? What options were available? How can I restore this thing to original if I don't know what original is? Well, if you're restoring a 1968-82 Corvette, this book's for you!…keep reading
Book Review: The Cobra in the Barn, by Tom Cotter
Everyone loves a good story about those exciting barn finds. Tom Cotter's book chronicles some of those finds and offers some tips as to how to make your own barn find.…keep reading