by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 25, 2010)
I don't know about you, but one of the things I love the most about a new car is the smell. There is nothing like it, is there? Whenever I catch a whiff of that smell, I am suddenly filled with hope, excitement, and wonder. I think it is simply the possibilities that seemed to fill my life with the purchase of that first brand-new car.
How do you get that wonderfully optimistic smell restored to an older vehicle? There are many options, most of which cost an arm and a leg. If you are looking at saving some money, in fact if want to spend virtually no money but still get that new car scent, you are in luck. You'll need to gather just a couple of items before you begin.
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