Hands down, this is the best publication I've seen for those of us who get our hands dirty and do most of our own work. I can't count the number of times I've referred to my "archive" of back issues to get information I needed to bail me out of a fix. If you like doing your own work, then this is the publication you want to have in your shop. You should consider this publication as mandatory reading.
Vehicle Restoration Advice
If you are a old vehicle owner or are restoring an antique vehicle you need to subscribe to this magazine. It is a store house of how to's, tips, and recommendations from experienced people in the hobby. It covers both cars and trucks of all ages.
Well worth the cost...
If you restore cars as a hobby, this is the publication for you. The tech is great and many web sites for hard to find parts are mentioned.
Good to have for the auto restoration enthusiast
Auto Restorer provides the indepth, detailed and step by step directions that are needed by the amateur (and perhaps some professionals) when dealing with auto restoration.
Articles are well written and illustrated and show things such a starter rebuild, a carburetor refurbishment, instrument panel repair, etc as well as new product testing.
The magazine does not accept advertising, which allows it to be free from any bias to favor those who purchase pages.
It's a quick read, but a good addition to your auto library for future reference.
WELL, AS MY DAUGHTER SAID, "GEE DAD THESE ARE CARS THAT YOU GAS AND GO, NOT ANTIQUE OR OLDIES." BUT HAVING REVIEWED THE PAST ISSUES LIST OF TOPICS AND SEEING THAT THE EDITOR MADE THE COMMENT IN HIS EDITORIAL THAT THEY NEED TO MAKE CHANGES....I'M WON OVER, AND IF THE ISSUE ISN'T THAT GREAT, THE PAPER IT'S PRINTED ON IS GREAT FOR WIPING OFF TOOLS. AND THAT'S NOT MEANT AS AN INSULT.
It would be nice if I could review it! But no magazine yet, Have my money and no mag.