It is vital to consider engine longevity for your classic car.
Often, we have found that people buy classic cars expecting them to perform like modern cars. This just isn't the case. Typically if you had bought a car in the 1940s you would have expected to rebuild the engine after 30, 40, or 50,000 miles. Cars then were more inherently basic than modern cars, so need to be treated a little kinder.
It's important that you keep this in mind while maintaining your classic car.
Scheduled maintenance keeps your classic car in good shape, and reduces the downtime.