We should begin by giving you our explanation of “easiest cars to restore”. We aren’t referring to any actual work necessary to complete the restoration, but rather the time, money and efforts you will go through to get the car itself and acquire the new and replacement parts for the project.
Restoring a classic car or truck can sometimes be a major undertaking depending on the make and model that you have chose to restore. Depending on the vehicle, even professional restoration shops can invest more into a car than it will ever be worth.
If you have a special connection to a rare ride than by all means, pursue your dream machine… Time and money are not the most important factors. If you are looking to make a little money or just want to try your hand at restoring and old car then this list is for you.
We have compiled a list of the ten easiest vehicles to restore based on the easy availability of reproduction parts. Numerous companies are now producing replacement parts for interior, exterior and mechanical restoration projects. Between their catalogs and the Internet the hardest part about getting a replacement part is waiting for the delivery.
1964 – 1968 Mustangs
Each and every Mustang part is currently being produced by dozens of companies. You should have zero issues locating what you need. In addition Mustangs have an extensive expert fan base providing an endless amount of resources and support. The Mustang will never go out of style ensuring that, when the day comes to sell it, a restored Mustang will always be in demand.