What is actually meant with the term restoration? What is meant by the term restoration? Restoration is easy and understandable terms: the existing object will be restored. Exactly here begins the actual problem of preservation. The object of desire is quickly found, inspected, an inventory is done, it will be broken down and away “restored”. Many original parts can put themselves in their original state. But not all. Non-existent parts can indeed to replace or reconstruct, but not restore.
What does not exist, can also not be restored, thus not be restored. Many vehicle new bodies be dubbed mistakenly restored, although they do not have the actual attributes of preservation. Like for example in 1933 in a race of botched and destroyed beyond recognition racing car, embedded, suddenly fresh and original restored again appears in a colorful, stunning, and of course unique story. This Fairy tale works only because we love stories, let our imagination, rain the reality a time long forgotten. That’s a good thing, otherwise we would buy probably this crap anyone for so much money. Yes, it’s moronic to say something that does not exist, to restore, to restore, as if we were physically able to undo things. Destroyed is destroyed, burned is burned, broken, not suitable or even no longer existent. What will you restore? About the theoretically existing, and vacated Vin, who allegedly was saved with a few screws and the scorched shoe of the driver at the scene of the accident? Is it really still motoring? Crazy world. Christoph Pichura