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At Scott Sherman Auto Care, we are committed to helping you maintain your vehicle in optimum condition and performance. This commitment to your vehicle doesn't stop when you leave our facility.

In this section of our website, you will find tips and news that you can use to help you maintain your vehicle and keep you driving safely and comfortably. Be sure to check back as these tips and news will be updated regularly.

Category Archives: Classic Cars

Do You Share Our Love for American Cars?

Do You Share Our Love for American Cars?

Do You Share Our Love of American Cars? It’s no surprise that we have a passion for American cars and the people who drive them. For 65 years, our mission at Scott Sherman Auto Care has always been to provide the most professional, complete and personal automotive care in the Pacific Northwest. We do that not just because it’s good business and great customer service, but because our hearts beat to the pulse of American craftsmanship, dedication, and ingenuity.  The Pioneers of American Cars As the birth of our great nation approaches, we take the time to thank those who came before us. William C. Durant’s pioneering days in the development of General Motors and founding of Chevrolet paved the way for some of the most beautiful American machines on the market. Henry Ford’s incredible automobile ingenuity began with the invention of a Quadricycle, a four wheeled bicycle carriage. His foundation work in the Detroi ... read more

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Get Your Ride Ready for the Auto-show!

Get Your Ride Ready for the Auto-show!

The weather is beautiful for enjoying rides in your ride. Car show season is in full swing which gives you even more reason to spend some extra time pampering your classic or vintage car. The Greenwood Car Show is one of the best car shows in the Northwest is happening June 28th! Since everyone will be admiring your baby, take some extra time now to have it in its best condition for showing off. You may not have had your car out during the bad weather. Letting it sit for longer than six months can cause seals to dry up, tires develop flat spots, and engine lubricants deteriorate. Hopefully you have driven your car or at least started it up every couple of weeks. Start it, let it warm up, drive gently and slowly the first couple of miles to get it sufficiently warmed up. This allows fluids to circulate, and your oil filter to remove any accumulated sludge. Following is a basic check list of things to do to have your car in top shape ... read more

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Classic Cars
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