How to Find a Project Car | Craftsman

How to Find a Project Car | Craftsman

It’s time for a car restoration! Learn how to find a project car – where to look for it and what to look for. The featured project car here is a 1965 Ford Mustang. Watch all Restoration Rollout videos:

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This is episode 1 of Craftsman Restoration Rollout about how to find a project car.



Russell Laporte says:

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The Stolinator says:

This is how I bought a comet

Morbjørn says:

My first car was my project car. Sadly nothing could save her. I had replaced and fixed so much but every 1 probkem I fixed, 3 more would pop up. She was a 99 Elantra, used and abused before I got her. She was nothing special so no car hobbyists wanted her. I ended up having to trade her in. I saw her a few months later at a parts yard. Windows were busted. Tires gone. Radio gone (should have kept the radio). Brand new brake pads and rotors gone. Battery gone. New alternator gone. My baby was ripped to shreds. A year of blood sweat and tears gone. Probably one of the saddest moments of my life.

Cal Sanchez says:

Not Looking To Restore But It Seems Useful For Customizing.

pavel1809 says:

and you my need a big money

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