Growing up, changing oil washing cars for people outside the scorching summer heat from morning to afternoon was a chore to me, its also an opportunity for me to get familiar with different types of car makes, brands and a good lesson in car appreciation it teached me about tools and cars. And, like many other car nuts, I'm sure it was the start of my love affair with cars, although it didn't seem that way at the time because I particularly dont have enough money to buy even the food I wanted.
Restoring a car can be an extremely rewarding experience. But before you begin, you should know what you’re getting yourself into. The Internet offers the resources you need to decide whether restoring a car is up your ally. If car restoration is a hobby you truly want to pursue.
anyone can buy an evo. but restoring a vr4 to its prime takes heart. and thats why a souped
up fully restored galant vr4 tends to break the weak
You don’t have to restore a car completely on your own. Using the aid of a goodshop like Sanzei
I spent around 11k on parts and services just to have the galant looking fresh. the shop can always help
get some of the grueling details out of the way so that you can focus on the fun stuff. If you find yourself in a jam and need some help, there’s no shame in contacting a professional help from a carclub forum like the 7G club of the Philippines. Arch David Vincent , Marlon (from Trapik Audio) and John Alvin Lim helped me source out most of the parts. and a budget car painter mang tony helped me with the paint. Mgsquare sponsored the rear seats.
|wento MGSQUARE to get my front seats|
|bought the mitsubishi logo for 350|
|the 17" volkrays eng. tires installed|
|went to BCC Banawe for the installation of magz and tires|
|volk rays extreme gramlite 17"x7 4x114 e38 and wanli tires 215 40 r17 thanks blueline and BBC banawe|
|and yes, I must admit, it looked good. money well spent.|
|magz and tires by Blueline banawe, and BCC wheels|
|Paint by touch of Class body paints|
|rear speakers sponsored by Marlon of Trapik Audio and Arch David|
|seats by MG Square Malabon|
|rear seats by MGSquare Malabon|
|front Focal Seps customization by Trapik Audio|
|steering wheel by Lawrence A. Lim|