Owning a muscle car or classic truck probably gives you a sense of pride that goes beyond explanation. But if that classic ride isn't up to par, you may be a little embarrassed to break it out of storage. If that's the case, it's time to talk to a vehicle restoration expert. The guys at Fa rm Boy Garage have vast experience with restoring and repairing all makes and models of muscle cars and classic trucks. No project is too big or small – if you're in need of a full restoration for your classic ride, the skilled staff at Farm Boy Garage will get the job done right! Check out some of the services we offer: Farm Boy Garage Services Tear Down When a client brings their vehicle in for a full restoration that requires tear down, we disassemble and catalog every piece on vehicle to ensure that the vehicle is put back in its original condition and that all panels, trim, molding placements, etc fit properly. The body is pulled off the frame and the frame is re
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“I take to the open road, healthy, free, the world before me.” – Walt Whitman There's something liberating about jumping in your car and just hitting the road. Whether it's planned or you're just following wherever the roads may lead, it's simply good for the soul to make a road trip. If you're thinking about making a road trip this spring, Farm Boy Garage has a few great suggestions of places you should consider visiting! Route 66, Illinois to California If a true road trip is what you're looking for, then a Route 66 road trip is for you! Legendary Route 66 stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica, covering roughly 2,400 miles. While much of the highway has changed over time, historic stretches are filled with mom-and-pop shops, quirky attractions and budget-friendly motels. Points of interest along the historic route include Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, El Morro National Monument in New Mexico and Wigwam Motel in San Bernardino, California.
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“You are the author of your own destiny; write yourself into history books.” ― Matshona Dhliwayo We at Farm Boy Garage have a love for all things vehicle related. That extends to and includes history of (in)famous vehicles throughout history. You know what we're talking about... those stories you hear in history that grab your attention and keep you hanging on waiting for more. Some of those better known vehicles, we've all heard the stories about. We've seen the movies. We've read about them in history classes. Others, may not be as well known, but still hold so much importance in history. So, this week, we thought it'd be fun to share with you 5 historically (in)famous vehicles of all time! We're sure the first one will have you saying 'Aha! Yep, that's definitely infamous!' Bonnie & Clyde’s 1934 Ford Model 730 Deluxe Sedan Few outlaws in history have captured as much attention as Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrows, and few cars remain