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Recent Articles

classic cars

A Car Slogans Quiz For Some Start of Summer Fun

Our favorite car crazed classic car enthusiast Jason Paynter has created a car slogan’s quiz for all you classics fans. This post first appeared [TK date] and we thought it would be fun to bring it back as we head into the warm months of summer driving. Good luck!

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What to Look For When Buying Your First Classic Car

There are a few things to consider when selecting a classic. I think the analogy of a funnel works well for this. Start by throwing all your ideas and concerns into the funnel. When you do this, you’ll find your decision making gets easier. Throw in your price point, how you want to pay for your car, where to obtain classic car insurance and where you will park or store it. Also, decide if this car will be held long-term, or a short flip. Once these parameters have been decided, let the excitement of choosing your new classic begin!

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oriental rugs

Oriental Rugs – Importance of Dyes and Coloring

Fundamentally there are two kinds of dyes for handmade rugs, “vegetable” and “chemical.” Vegetable dyes are made from plants and animals. Rather than being definitively “vegetable,” they are more accurately described as “non-chemical.” At one time, vegetable dye was the only option available. These kinds of dyes are highly variable and require a simple yet precise and almost intuitive process, by which the yarn is plunged into boiling vegetable dye and is left to simmer for a certain amount of time.

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