Classic is the new lingo of modern car buyers in India. With the numbers of classic car purchasers increasing every passing day, sources of restoring them too have gained a momentum. The specialized courses provided by technical institutes replicate the true story of this present scenario.
As per to a market report, any random classic car buyer in India spends 50% more than an average buyer in Europe. This trend had boosted the business of restoration workshops based in Bengaluru, Kolkata, New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai.
Apparently, the rise in this trend is due to a surprise shot of excitement among youths. More young-aged professionals of the automotive industry are looking towards a career from the restoration of classic cars. Most for them venturing into this profile for various reasons; the stream is at its peak in India and pays a good packet at the end. Restoring cars is a hobby of the riches and well-esteemed personalities of society. Thus, the business demands highest quality of work and precision. Based upon the said, several areas in India cater the need of a specialized job for the classic cars. For example, Rajasthan scales finest wood job, where the technicians in South India offers specialty in technical and mechanical support.
More than abundant cars are still available in the classic category for this country, because a number of carmakers around the world flocked to sell their products during early 1900. Hence, looking to the overall scenario, next high returns from a business other than art is the classic car and its restoration. Nowadays, the young generation is keenly interested in both of them. Maintaining artwork and classic cars are no different from each other. Provided a strong backbone to each of them will definitely uncover more talents in the future.