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    Understanding Automotive Spray Guns

    There are many steps to any complete classic car restoration but perhaps the most time consuming and expensive is completing the body and paint work. Likewise there is no greater aspect of the restoration where you can save a few dollars and have the pride of knowing “you did that”, not to mention knowing it’s…

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    No-Cost Axle Puller

    You can never have enough tools, but if you’ve been restoring cars long enough you have most of what you need. But for those starting out or building cars on a limited budget the key to building cars is to make the most of what you do have. This same scenario applies when you are…

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    Rear Coil-Over Shock Conversion

    Many Classic Car Enthusiasts are not purists when it comes to building and restoring their cars. Often these adventurous souls seek to improve the performance, handling and safety of their cars but without drastically altering the cars original appearance. The number one modification many consider is improving the cars braking system but number two on…

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  • 32:31

    Understanding Automotive Spray Guns

    There are many steps to any complete classic car restoration but perhaps the most time consuming and expensive is completing the body and paint work. Likewise there is no greater aspect of the restoration where you can save a few dollars and have the pride of knowing “you did that”, not to mention knowing it’s…

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    Advanced Spot Welding

    When most of our classic cars were assembled years ago in the factory, the most common type of weld holding all of the sheet metal together were spot welds. Spot welds are: quick to create, strong, require basic prep and are easily finished in an assembly line environment. Spot welding and resistance welding has been…

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  • 37:55

    Measuring a Classic Car for Square

    You wouldn’t build a house on a foundation that wasn’t square and level, but you’d be surprised how many classic car enthusiasts start building their cars on a frame or chassis that is out of square. Let’s face it, the components of your car are designed to be bolted to a solid and square frame…

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    Car Start: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Whether you just purchase a car that has not seen the road in years or if it’s your beloved classic that has sat patiently for years waiting for it’s time in the sun again, the process of bringing a car out of long-term storage can be a little labor-intensive. Our slogan when we started the…

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  • 15:44

    Brake Master Cylinder: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Classic cars that have been stored for years are notorious for having brake system failures, and when bringing a car out of storage it’s important to examine the brake system components carefully before getting started. Signs of leaking, missing or wrinkled paint around brake components, and signs of corrosion on brake parts can all give…

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    Replacing Frost Plugs: Bringing A Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Proving the case that classic cars can break down even when you’re not driving them, frost plugs or also known as expansion plugs or core plugs are known to fail even when a car is in storage. The correct term for these plugs in the engine’s cooling jackets is “Core Plug” although “Frost Plugs” is…

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  • 27:30

    Rear Coil-Over Shock Conversion

    Many Classic Car Enthusiasts are not purists when it comes to building and restoring their cars. Often these adventurous souls seek to improve the performance, handling and safety of their cars but without drastically altering the cars original appearance. The number one modification many consider is improving the cars braking system but number two on…

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  • 13:42

    Replacing Classic Car Sway Bar Bushings

    The first patent on a sway bar and sway bar bushings design came in Canada by Stephen Coleman in 1919. There wasn’t much call for it on early pre-war cars, as stiff suspension and body roll were simply viewed as part of the driving experience. Following World War II, roads had improved, cars were faster,…

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  • 3:47

    Control Arm Upgrade

    Weak rear control arms are a common problem for GM A-Body cars (Chevelle, GTO, Cutlass, Gran Sport). This problem is especially noticeable on high horsepower cars. For years the backyard garage solution was to add boxing plates welded to the open channel in the control arm, but times change and aftermarket control arms offer both…

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