Engineers are future-minded living things. It is not surprising that mechanism of a half-a-century-old car sounds quite beautiful even today. Cars are astonishingly flexible industrial product. They adapt almost everywhere on the Earth from metropolis, rain forest, dessert, snowy mountain, to volcano in various purposes.
Then, how well do cars live with the changes of the times? It is engineer’s job to make cars compatible with each era. Engineers just cannot stop indulge themselves with disassembling, understanding, and assembling. The knowledge earned through such experience is of great benefit when adapting a classic car to the latest law, culture, or the owner’s inspiration.
When we talk about modernization or update of a car, it usually means carrying out some modification on the car itself. However, if the purpose of the modernization is to enjoy driving the car sustainably, updating the surrounding environment is the key.
Arranging an appropriate service environment that satisfies both car designer’s intention and current technology standards enables handing down cultural value of the car to the next generation while enjoying advancement in civilization. It is your turn to continue the dream that visionary engineers saw decades ago.