Several factors, such as knowledge of vehicle restoration, part availability and having a proper work and vehicle storage space, determine how difficult it is to restore a truck. Additionally, allotted budget and amount of time available to complete the work affect how difficult it is to restore a truck
Restoring a truck can be a challenge if a person is not experienced or knowledgeable about the procedure. Some truck models may be more difficult to restore than others depending on the particular model and year. Project planning time and costs are often involved with finding and using professionals to do a portion of the restoration work. Locating available parts for reasonable prices may be difficult for certain models of vehicles. Additionally, locating parts may involve gaining necessary information from other professionals or vehicle clubs.
Truck restoration projects are difficult to complete if there are not enough funds available for the project. Vehicle restoration projects are rarely completed for less than what is originally budgeted. Due to a lack of finances, only 30 percent of restoration projects get onto the road, states About.com.
A truck restoration project is more difficult if a proper work space is not available. Space must be available to organize, document and maintain parts. Improper work and storage space can lead to lost and damaged parts, resulting in a slower time to complete the project and additional costs.