Q. I have a 1973 Chevy El Camino and want to completely refurbish the interior and would like some advice and instruction on how to do so. Looking for information on taking care of the rust/old paint and cleaning up the inside of the car to prep it for a new interior. Thank you A.
Q. I am resto-moding a 1955 Chevy Belair. Every step of this mod is new to me…. never done it before. I am using grade 5 and 8’s throughout, but have found that NO ONE includes torque specifications with there aftermarket kits. When it comes to safety, properly torqueing brake, steering, and drive shaft components,
Q. I have a ’53 Pontiac and am replacing the gas tank. The old tank had cloth straps that fit under the metal straps and between the tank and body. Your video for the 57 Desoto gas tank replacement showed no such cloth straps. What purpose did they serve and are they necessary? A. Many
Q. My 1963 Chevy Nova is almost restored. New carpet was just installed. I replaced the heater core once and it leaked on the old carpet after 4 years of use. Is there any place that will repair old cores? Can’t have a supposedly new core leaking on new carpet. A. There was a time
Q. If I could, I’d go to auto mechanics school part time to round out my life as a physician. I love working on cars but know very little and I’m very cautious about knowing just enough to get into something to make the situation worse and render my car not drivable! B-body MoPars and
Q. I have a 1963 Mercury Comet convertible in really bad shape. I need any suggestions you may have. It has a 260 V8 engine and the top and interior are in really bad shape. A. The ’63 Comet convertible is a great car, and certainly worthy of saving. While you mentioned the top and
Q. I’m trying to revive a 1971 Rambler Rogue. This car was sprayed twice and every time the rust pulls through the paintwork. I started to do it myself and removed all the paint and took the car down to metal. I’ve used acids to remove the rust but it just comes back again, because