Auto Restoration Club Blog

Chance to share old car restoration, muscle cars, trucks, parts, and expertise.

Here we go!

 Shane Lance

As you can see from the date of the last blog I posted, I have been slacking.  Well, that changes now.  Blogging can be a lot like restoring old cars.  You know, everyone that has an old car project starts out saying, "Someday I'm gonna fix her up."  There are those that get right on it and spend every moment and dollar they can and see it through.  These are the ones that show off their work at all the summer car shows.  Then, there are those who start out with good intentions but other things get in the way.  Well, I have lots of "someday" intentions for this blog and the Passion Biz Auto Restoration Club.  The past little while I let things get in the way.  Now, here I go.  Not only am I going to do the things I want with Passion Biz ARC, but I am also going to get cranking on those auto projects.  2019 is the year!  If you have one of those auto projects, get going!  let's get these old beautiful machines back on the road!

My1st car 1970 Volkswagen Beatle

Here's a restored VW just like my first car!



What was your first car!

Crazy Mods!



1940 Ford, modified by a Minnesota mail carrier

Shane Lance

I have seen some crazy modifications out there.  Some mods are subtle like an old car set on a newer frame for the disc brakes, power steering, and a smoother suspension.  Other mods are outrageously obvious.  I knew a girl once that took an old Ford Mustang and put it on a monster truck 4X4 frame.  It was surprisingly cool.  I have dreams of mild mods myself.  For example, I have a 1979 Ford F150 rolling chassis.  I have my eyes peeled for a 1940-1958? cab and bed to throw on there.  Wouldn't that be cool?  

If anyone out there has or sees a cool mod, send me a pic and some information on it at  Let's show it off!



Save the cars!

Shane Lance

When I look through pictures of old cars like this, it feels like there should be background music by Celine Dion.  Like the commercial that shows abused little animals and makes you want to break out your wallet and save them all.  You see these poor, neglected old cars all over the place.  Rusting away in fields and back yards (including mine).  Just look at them.  Longing to be cared for and brought back to health.  Begging to be racing down the road once again showing off and turning heads everywhere they go.  I wish I had the money to scoop them up and fix them all.  Can you imagine how happy this car could look with a little love and support?



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