Get Your Car Ready for Ed’s Classic Car Show
With so many sparkling gems in one location, it’s not easy to keep up with the competition, never mind reign supreme. Ed’s Tavern offers informative tips about how to get your car ready for our fun and exciting Classic Car Show.
Schedule Routine Checkups
Consistent maintenance is the number one task to be diligent with as the proud owner of a classic car. Even if the car is housed in a garage, regular maintenance is vital to make certain that all of its components are operating properly. It is essential to have a professional technician that has expertise in classic cars conduct thorough inspections to ensure the auto’s integrity.
Work the Brakes
Make sure that you pump the brakes sporadically if the car sits dormant for a considerable amount of time. Doing so will assist in keeping your brakes in good shape and avoid having them produce squealing sounds as a result of not being used for a while.
Go for Joy Rides
Have an absolute ball by taking your beauty for some spins out on the town. This will not only give the engine a chance to get the hearty workouts it needs, but you will have the opportunity to show off your car during joy rides.
Practice a Proper Cleaning Regimen
Remove unsightly debris from your vehicle and ensure that it maintains a magnetic allure by proper cleaning and waxing. See that you wash and wax your car manually at least every six months. Neglecting to clean your automobile often enough will saddle you with extra work when the time arrives to get ready for an upcoming car show.
Spruce Up the Interior and Exterior
By utilizing both specified cleaners and protectants, your car’s interior will reap long-lasting desirable effects. Leather should never look glossy, as sheen is the result of clogged and dirty orifices. Fabrics must be conditioned sufficiently and always vacuumed in one direction.
When washing the exterior, use a cleaner that is specially manufactured for cars along with a sponge designed to be used on automotive veneers. Cleanse your vehicle in a shady spot rather than underneath the blazing sun. Begin with the roof and then continue downwards. Use chamois leather or a microfiber towel to thoroughly dry your car. Apply an additional coating of tire dressing once they are totally dry to boost their overall attractiveness.
Ed’s Tavern is the happening spot to mingle with friends while savoring great food and drinks. We are delighted to be a sponsor of the Classic Car Show held on Main Street on the first Wednesday of each month from 5 pm until 8 pm. Ed’s Tavern is situated at 10719 Rodeo Drive in Lakewood Ranch, Florida and our phone number is (941) 907-0400.