While we often cover the classics moving through our doors, this time around we sent Pat out to do some documenting. Yesterday at the Broadmoor World Arena was Technical Inspection for racers of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb's 100th running which will be happening this coming Sunday. This year we've sent Pat down to check things out. This is his fourth year hanging around the event and he's gotten the chance to get immersed in the racing legacy. Join us for Pat's recap of Tech Inspection!
Last week we covered the 39th annual Colorado Concours d'Elegance here in Denver. If you didn't get a chance to catchup with all the fun we saw this time around, that's ok, I've made it a bit of a tradition to highlight my favorite car at the Colorado Concours each year. Last year, at the event I got to cover the 'Special Wishes' 1982 Slantnose owned by a friend of the shop. This time around we'll highlight a one-of-one rarity, and its long history. Join us as we meet Gilda, an icon of the 1955 Turin Motor Show.
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As you may know, way back in 1991 our team started with just Jack and Trina detailing cars here in Cherry Creek. With Jack's 20+ years' experience working around his dad's shop, he got the chance to get hands on with many icons and legends. By the time Jack and Trina started 'Country Club Auto Detailing' they had become well-versed in the nuance of detailing paint. We've continued to keep up with the times and often utilize new techniques on the forefront of detailing technology. Of course, we've chatted about the Dry-Ice process before, this time we'll highlight two recent detailing jobs here in the shop. Join us for the Summer of Dry Ice.
Here at the shop, we're always looking back at history whether it's in the Classic Colorado Restorations or the modern classics rolling through our doors. This time around we'll look ahead to the end of the week at an exciting event coming up and highlight some of our past trips to other automotive events from around the country. Join us for the Concours Countdown!
We always love a good car story, whether it's something here in the building, or chasing down some classic cats. From a 35-year owned classic to a pair of inline six prowling around the showroom, we've got plenty of excitement to cover. Join us for the Jaguar Jamboree!
Here at Farland we're happy to be able to work on any Classic Car, and up in the shop we've been plenty busy over the past few months. On the other hand, the showroom could always use a few more cars. Join us as we give you updates on a few restorations, a market update, and highlight what we're digging into this summer.
We always love the chance to highlight our mastery of all things classic, but sometimes we're just enjoying the air-cooled. Today, we'll highlight a few air-cooled classics stopping by our shop as part of some extensive restorations on their way to being track-ready Stuttgart rarities! Join us as we cover the Air-cooled Racing Pedigree!
Here at Farland Classic Restoration the joke is always "They show up in pairs". This time around we have a couple cool cats into the showroom for consignment and one just stopping by. These three are all great examples of the Jaguar XKE or E-type, famously called "the most beautiful car in the world" by Enzo Ferrari. We figure he wasn't counting his "race cars".
Either way, let's dig into these cool cats!
If you've been keeping up with us here in the shop, you know that over the past few months we've been really pushing for our Farland Friday Livestreams each week. Those happen every week over on our Facebook page. This time around we'll give you a quick update on the livestream situation and our plans for more. Join us for the Farland Friday Catchup!
If you've been following along over on the Instagram, you know we've recently seen more than a few modern electric vehicles. From the VW ID.3 to the few Polestar 2s and now we've even got our hands on a Rivian RT1. With that being said, we're taking notes on all these electrics as we develop our Porsche 912 electric. Join us for the Electric Roundup!