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5 Modern Day Cars that Will One Day Be Classics

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Speed. Handling. Power. And let's not forget beauty! We at Farm Boy Garage have a serious love for all things muscle and torque. From classic vintage to pure muscle, if it's got four tires and an engine we're already in love. But we're not just fans of old classics. We have a serious appreciation for modern cars too. Check out our list of 5 modern cars that are destined to become classics!



Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
Dodge wasn't playing when they manufactured the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, with 707 HP car.  Not only does this car have power but it will brakes from 70 mpg in just 154 ft.  You would think with the sound this car produces from the outside it would be loud on the interior as well.  Wrong, surprisingly the Hellcat is very quiet on the inside.  You will need to roll down the windows to hear the roar of this soon to be classic.    




Chevrolet Corvette 427 Convertible
The 427 had a short model run and large displacement which will ensure this car to be on …

Attempting to Restore Your Car By Yourself? Reasons Why You Should Not!

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Trust us, we understand that you want the feeling of completing your car restoration by yourself.  We also understand that not every person who wants to complete the restoration doesn't realize what a big task it is complete a restoration in the proper way.  The trusted professionals at Farm Boy Garage have the knowledge and the equipment to complete the restoration to your satisfaction.  In this week's, we will give you 5 reasons you might not want to try vehicle restoration at home. 

1. Your Planned Budget May Go Out the Door
Before you decide to move forward with a restoration project, the first thing you should do is plan out a budget. Car restoration isn't cheap, so having a budget in mind is important. The problem with attempting a restoration project on your own can throw a HUGE and expensive kink in your budget, especially if you're not seasoned in all that is involved. Plus, you may end up paying a lot more for parts on your own when a professional restoration…