Showing posts from June, 2019

Reasons to Leave Restoration to the Pro’s

Taking on a project yourself can give you a great sense of pride! We understand the love for cars and that tinkering on them in the garage is fun. However, have you ever started something and realized you have bitten off more than you can chew? How about a full vehicle restoration? We both want your ride to run, drive, and look as good as possible; so today in our blog, Farm Boy Garage will talk about the reasons you should leave your classic car restoration to the pros! Planning a Budget Having a budget is a must when starting a large project like restoring a vehicle. There is so much involved in a car restoration that without the experience, nailing down a budget will be hard. Along with our expertise, we also have access to parts at a much cheaper cost than the average joe. When you let Farm Boy Garage restore your classic, we will provide you with an estimate before we ever turn a wrench, so you will know what to expect right from the start. We Are Experts Car restoratio

Services Provided at Farm Boy Garage

Here at Farm Boy Garage , we have years of experience of repair and restoration of classic and muscle cars . If your ride is not where it should be, talk to an expert at the Midwest’s top restoration shop . Our solution to this problem is to assist our clients in making sure the restoration process is stress-free, fun, and cost-effective. Below you will find the restoration and other services provided at Farm Boy Garage . Custom Upholstery When the seats of a vehicle are beyond repair or when a customer wants a new interior, we can replace the entire upholstery of the vehicle with new, custom upholstery. If you wish to preserve the vehicle's original upholstery, we can match or improve the original upholstery, making it new again. Full Custom Interior When restoring your classic beauty, the exterior isn't the only thing that should catch the eye. Your vehicle's interior should be just as breathtaking! That's why we think custom interior shouldn't stop at j

The History of the Hot Rod

The hot rod is a part of the American car culture. Here at  Farm Boy Garage  hot rods are part of our everyday life, as well as for most car junkies. But, do you know where hot rods got their start or the reason folks started customizing their vehicles? In this week’s blog, we will talk about the history of the hot rod. You may be surprised by how long hot rodding has been around. Hot rodding is a way of life for many, and here at your  one-stop restoration shop  we live that lifestyle out and love sharing the history! The Prohibition During the prohibition era of the 1920s and 30s, the demand for illegal booze was big business. Big city gangsters paid small town moonshine brewers to provide them homemade alcohol. Of course, it didn’t take long for the government to take notice. The government sent out Federal Agents, known as “Revenuers” or “G-Man”. Not only was it hard to make the moonshine without getting caught, but they also had to deliver the product without getting caugh

How to Protect Your Car from Summer Elements

Summer officially starts in just a few days. We are always excited to see summer come and we can get out our classic cars and muscle cars for a cruise. Just like spring, fall, and winter, the summer months can also be harsh to our rides. That’s why in this week’s blog, Farm Boy Garage will give you some helpful tips on how to protect your car from the summer elements. Keep Your Car Covered Especially in the early summer, we can see some strong storms, heavy rain, and tornados. With the storms, we often see trees uprooted, falling limbs, and hail. All these things can be detrimental to our classic cars, trucks and muscle cars. So, while you are out in your car, always pay attention to where you park. If possible, find a parking garage to keep the car under cover. If no covered parking is available, take a car cover along. While a car cover will not protect from falling limbs or hail is will keep the car protected from small debris and hopefully save your paints finish in a mild