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  • 10:11

    Restoring almost any classic car can be a challenge, and finding the correct maintenance parts once they are completed can prolong those challenges. Let’s face it cars break down, and for many of us classic car enthusiasts we dread the thought of having to have our cars towed home simply because the part you need…

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  • 13:42

    The first patent on a sway bar and sway bar bushings design came in Canada by Stephen Coleman in 1919. Although 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…

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  • 8:49

    Oil filter conversion is one component of our classic cars to which we seldom give much thought. The fact is most cars even into the 1930s did not have oil filters, but rather a large oil plug on the oil pan was used so debris in the bottom of the pan could be fished out…

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  • 9:01

    We’ve all been there, when something falls over in the garage or someone parks too close at a local car show and suddenly your classic car has a dent. After spending thousands on a new paint job, the prospect of spending hundreds more to return its former glory can be maddening, not to mention the…

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  • 4:11

    Benny LeCompte of MMLJ returns to the garage to explore with Dennis Gauge the business opportunities that have been created with the introduction of their Dustless Blasting System. Their system uses environmentally safe ground glass and water to make short work out of tough blasting projects. But the possibilities don’t end there, as Dustless Blasting…

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  • 14:31

    Nothing can be more frustrating than a leaky trunk seal. Often the culprit is an old, hard and damaged seal. Mark Simpson and Ross Kiehl show trunk seal replacement by removing the trunk seal from our project 1968 Chevelle, and then go through the process of cleaning out the seal channel, removing rust in the…

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  • 10:11

    Restoring almost any classic car can be a challenge, and finding the correct maintenance parts once they are completed can prolong those challenges. Let’s face it cars break down, and for many of us classic car enthusiasts we dread the thought of having to have our cars towed home simply because the part you need…

    Watch Now >>
  • 8:49

    Oil filter conversion is one component of our classic cars to which we seldom give much thought. The fact is most cars even into the 1930s did not have oil filters, but rather a large oil plug on the oil pan was used so debris in the bottom of the pan could be fished out…

    Watch Now >>
  • 11:30

    The importance of a good high-torque starter in your classic car cannot be overstated. Whether you’re leaving for that big trip in your classic car or simply returning from a local cruise night, when you turn that key you want to hear that engine turning. Nothing makes your heart sink faster than turning the key…

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  • 13:42

    The first patent on a sway bar and sway bar bushings design came in Canada by Stephen Coleman in 1919. Although 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…

    Watch Now >>
  • 3:47

    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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  • 19:25

    It’s no secret that the inside of many vintage gas tanks can hide rust and scale that has built up over years of service. To ensure the reliability of your car, you should consider replacing it. Mark Simpson takes us through the process of installing new fuel level sending units, filler necks and hanging the…

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