- How Much will this Project Cost?
- How Much Spare Time do I Have?
- Do I Possess the Skills to Handle the Project Myself?
Do you own a classic Chevy or Ford? Are you excited to improve it by restoring it or upgrading its parts? If so, it is important to carefully consider how big of a project you are capable of taking on at this time. Ask yourself these questions before you start working on your classic car:
If you have a lot of money to spend on a project, you might want to consider a full vehicle restoration. This will enhance the customization and driving excitement of your classic car more than simply upgrading a few parts.
Remember, it takes time to restore a classic car. If your vintage car has rust or leaks, it could even take months—or even a year if you lack spare time—to fully complete your project. This is not necessarily a problem; it just means you have to be more patient with a full restoration of your classic car rather than a few upgrades. You’ll also have to consider other modes of transportation if the car is going to be in the shop for some time.
To speed up the restoration process, you might want to hand your vintage car over to a professional who restores cars for a living. If you’re pretty knowledgeable about car components, and you have lots of patience, you might want to consider upgrading or restoring your car at home. Before you do this, however, it would be smart to take your car to a shop just to be sure that you haven’t overlooked any problems that could complicate the restoration process.
Whether you are looking to upgrade or fully restore your vintage car, Performance Online has plenty of products for your project. We provide high-quality brake, suspension, steering, and chassis parts. Call us at (714) 278-0098 or visit our website for more information.
Performance Online’s Billet Aluminum Driveshaft Carrier Bearings with polyurethane insolators are available for 1963-72 Chevy-GMC trucks and 1958-64 Chevy Impala. Built to precise specifications, these high tech carrier bearings tremendously outlast the OE rubber types. Built from T6061 aluminum with low deflection poly urethane insolator and precision bearing, these items can handle much more horse power and torque than the cheap factory replacements. No more yearly replacements required. As we like to say here at POL,"One and Done!"
Do you own a classic Chevy truck or Chevy Impala? Looking for way to restore that classic truck? Call Performance Online at (714) 278-0098 to order your new billet aluminum driveshaft carrier bearings today.
Are you looking for some great ways to improve the reliability and performance of your classic car? Even if your classic car or truck is in good shape, you could still improve it with some new parts that won’t take away from the classic feel behind the wheel.
The cooling system is a smart upgrade for a vintage car—it will keep your engine cool and improve its longevity. An upgraded power disc braking system will improve your classic car’s safety, and reduce the effort necessary to bring your car to a halt. To learn about more improvements, watch this video clip.
To get all of the parts that you need for your vintage car or truck, check out Performance Online. If you have any questions about any of our products, be sure to give us a call at (714) 278-0098.
Performance Online’s 1962-66 Chevy 2-Nova power steering gear box really enhances the steering feel in your vehicle. The addition of this steering part enhances performance and driver comfort. Our power steering gear boxes are rebuilt to precise specifications and tolerances. These kits are available for both small and big block engine combinations and cars that came with manual or factory power steering.
• Gear Box with 11/16"-36 input shaft
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
Note: Upgrading to power steering requires modifications to steering columns and/or the steering system.
Do you have a 1962-66 Chevy? Check out this featured item on our store online or call one of our Performance Online team members at (714) 278-0098.
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