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The first thing you want to consider when undertaking a restoration project is your own skill level. Many would be restorers simply bite off more than they can chew when restoring classic cars.
When this happens, frustrations are sure to mount. Additionally, you can easily find that your investment in the automobile is either squandered or requires additional expense to cover any additional help that is needed. As such, only take on projects that can be accomplished with your level of automotive restoration skills.
Another issue that tends to generate frustration is the availability (or rather the lack thereof) of auto parts. This is an obstacle you are going to have to steel yourself to deal with. Classic cars by their very nature are often automobile models that are no longer manufactured. The older and rarer the model, the more difficult it will be to find parts. Many parts will not be readily available at automotive shops. You may have to resort to the internet and private dealers to find what you want. As a last resort, you may have to either have a piece fabricated or use a substitute. Whatever the case, you should expect to run into this problem and be prepared to deal with it the best way you can.
If you are restoring classic cars for investment purposes, then you should be very aware of the parts that you are using for your automobile. You want to make sure that as many original parts are used/restored as possible. The value of restored classic cars is increased significantly to the degree that the work is done using original parts. Make sure the numbers of the various parts match and definitely invest in a car that is mostly intact.
These are just a few basic tips to keep in mind. Just remember that restoring classic cars can be an enjoyable venture if it is approached correctly.