All cars require maintenance. New cars come with mileage and time constraints. It is easy to follow these rules since we drive our cars daily. But, what about our old collector vehicles? When was the last time you drove it, or had it serviced? When was the last time you checked your brake system?
All Lubricants and oils get old and lose their lubricity just as gas get stale. Brake fluid, being hydroscopic, will absorb moisture and rust out the system.
The easy solution to all this is to make up a calendar with a schedule you can check off. You should do this service every six months. If you cannot do it yourself make sure you find a service company that is familiar with the older cars and all their peculiar requirements for lubrication. If you have an original lubrication chart, bring it with you. Modern service shops have no idea where to even look for the fittings and most no idea of what a carburetor is or how it works.
Items that should be done at least annually or more often if you really use the car;
The above list is generic your car may differ. Contact us for your service needs. We service all cars from the twenties to the seventies.