10 Essential Car Parts for a Safer Restomod

10 Essential Car Parts for a Safer Restomod

You know how wonderful driving a restomod can be if you have one. There’s something magical and thrilling about tearing down the highway in a car designed before you were born. However, while historic cars are desirable, they are not always the safest vehicles on the road. With that in mind, here are the 10 Essential Car Parts for a Safer Restomod.

No matter what or where you drive, the appropriate car components and safety equipment can keep you safe. Here are some classic car parts that should be included in your roadside emergency kit.

1. Extinguisher

Every driver should have a fire extinguisher in their vehicle. Choose a compact portable fire extinguisher built for that type of emergency because most car fires are either electrical or chemical in nature. Before you buy a fire extinguisher, read the label and make sure it’s completely charged before each drive.

2. Electrical Tape

Duct tape can be used to mend practically anything, but it is not a substitute for electrical tape. Your vintage automobile or truck’s wiring is likely decades old, and a single wire failure could put a stop to your journey. If you have electrical tape in your emergency kit, you can repair frayed cables and get back home.

3. rags for cleaning

Cleaning rags can help you maintain your vintage car clean and neat while performing emergency repairs on the side of the road. In your trunk or emergency pack, have a supply of cleaning cloths or rags.

4. Gloves

If an emergency repair is required, carry a decent pair of gloves in your emergency pack to keep your hands clean. Surgical gloves are ideal for this task since they are inexpensive to purchase, thin enough to allow for more delicate repairs, and good at keeping your hands clean.

5. Plastic Bags

Don’t get rid of your old grocery bags just yet. Keep a supply of these plastic bags in your emergency pack to dispose of filthy rags, worn gloves, and other anything that could contaminate the interior of your prized vintage vehicle.

6. Toolkit

Any vehicle emergency kit should include a high-quality set of tools. Make sure you have a set of screwdrivers with different heads, pliers, and an adjustable wrench on hand for those last-minute repairs. If your vintage car employs hex bolts or metric measurements, be sure you have the right sizes in your toolbox.

7. Standard Spare Parts

Driving a vintage car is exciting, and knowing that the vehicle has withstood decades of use adds to the thrill. That also implies that many of the parts in your automobile or truck are likely to be obsolete, so have some spares on hand. It’s always a good idea to carry parts that are prone to breakings, such as hoses and fuses.

8. Automotive Fluids

There’s nothing more aggravating than getting stranded on the side of the road due to a lack of oil or transmission fluid. Keep a supply of basic automotive fluids in your trunk or emergency kits, such as engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, and coolant.

9. Extra blanket

When you buy a new blanket for your bed, leave the old one in the trunk of your automobile. By providing a comfortable spot to kneel or lie down, the blanket will make emergency repairs easier.

10. Phone Charger

If you have a sudden power outage, having a spare charger will make getting aid much easier. Keep a charger in your emergency kit or in the glove compartment. Whether you drive your antique automobile every day or only a few times a year to exhibits, safety is paramount. The ten safety features described above can keep you and your passengers safe while maintaining the car’s original excellent aesthetics.

Brook Walsh

For nearly 30 years, I've had a fascination with restomods. I've learned from real-world experience what restomod gear works and what doesn't. This is the site where I share everything I've learned.

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