Restoring a car can be one of the most memorable experiences of your life. Whether you plan on selling the car to make a profit or keeping it as a collector’s item, your hard work and dedication will eventually pay off. The first step of a restoration project is finding a suitable vehicle. Here are five cars that are worth the time to restore.
1964-1965 Ford Falcon
The Ford Falcon is one of the most underrated muscle cars of its era. Not only are these cars easy to work on, but the parts are also relatively easy to find. Many of the parts for the 1965 Mustang can actually be used on the Falcon. The GT model makes a great daily-driver when outfitted with a modern fuel-injection system and disc brakes.
1968 Chevrolet Nova SS
If you can find a Chevy Nova SS that has a minimum amount of surface rust, it is definitely worth the hassle. Even today, the Chevy Nova is still a cult favorite on the street racing scene. Although a variety of different motors will fit in the engine bay, Chevy’s iconic 350 small-block remains one of the best choices.