Now, it is quite clear that car DVD players are important just like other parts but you must take special care at the time of buying. Apparently it feels like internet is the best way to shop for DVD players and other such parts but there are several strings attached to it.
Thanks to the Internet and online auctions, it has never been easier to find these project classic cars as well as the parts for the restoration. Its actually not only easier but also cheaper now, since you can shop nation wide rather then just from your local retailer or junk yard. In the past this was solely achieved with a lot of legwork. You would have to spend hours scouring newspapers, car magazines, and visiting car shows, and while all of those things have their place in project classic cars, the Internet, more specifically Internet auctions have changed the way that these men (and women) find car parts. The best place to find classic project cars is online. You can keep checking back to your favorite sites until your dream car shows up.
For the DIY mechanic. Other vendors at the swapmeet sell tools. Usually there are a lot of construction tools and not a lot of mechanic tools. For those who like to install a lot of LEDs or speakers, a DVOM is a good tool to have. It diagnoses electrical problems. Mechanics need a good collection all kind of screwdrivers, sockets and wrenches so pick out a variety. The sockets should be black in color, that means they are high impact so they can go on power tools. Used tools should be inspected. Screwdrivers should be inspected for chips on the head and wrenches for roundness where the bolt goes. Any rust can be removed either with CLR or sandpaper and then it should be oiled so it stays shiny.
Sometimes you can find a treasure in an unexpected place. Auto wreckers often have antique cars in their lots. These are cars that were not restored and they reached such a debilitated condition that they are now being used strictly for parts.