Classic Car Upgrades Video Download

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Video Download: Classic Car Upgrades

While most Classic Car Enthusiasts prefer to keep their cars as close to factory condition as possible, those who enjoy simply driving them often chose to make a few upgrades to add to the drive ability and reliability while on the road. The most common upgrade is improved braking, as modern disc brakes can make almost any vintage ride more enjoyable. However there are a host of upgrades you should also consider, including high-torque starters, oil filter conversions, fuel pump upgrades and more. We’ll break out the wrenches in this video set to make our rides more enjoyable for our next trip.

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