Owners of vintage cars know the deal. The “project” is never done and driving an old vehicle means dealing with mechanical failures, encroaching rust, old wiring shorting out and the continual hit to a bank account. For some, that’s part of the allure: a neverending labor of love that includes the joy of a weekend spent replacing a starter or rewiring the brake lights.
For others though, the desire for an old vehicle – whether for sentimental, aesthetic, or historical reasons – is squelched by the nonstop maintenance. For that latter group of people, there’s Kindred Motorworks, a new restomod