Gianetta Palmer is a writer, copywriter, and essayist. Her work has appeared in EverydayHealth.com, Healthline, and The Dyrt Magazine. She is the author of Scrunchie-Fried and writes a lot about car insurance in her spare time.

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For real motor-heads there can be no more exciting prospect than owning a classic car. A classic car isn’t just a run-of-the-mill purchase, it’s an investment into a lifestyle, a lifestyle that deserves regular maintenance. These are beautiful, valuable and unique machines that can be as temperamental as they are attractive and as such, taking care of these ancient beasts is almost a separate hobby in itself.

For all of you lucky classic car owners (or potential classic car owners) out there, here we’ll be examining a few top tips for giving your other great love, a long and happy life.

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Whilst the majority of classic car lovers will take their babies out at least once a week or even regularly take them to specialist exhibits to show them off, some owners might just use their classic cars for decorative purposes.

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