Common Repairs Video Download

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Video Download: Common Repairs

Let’s face it, if cars didn’t break down there would be no need for mechanics. Unfortunately Classic Cars are not immune from failure either, but when they do fail it always seems to be worse as we’re likely on a cruise or attending a show. The list of items that could fail is endless, but in this video set we will take a look at a few common repairs you’ll likely run into. Sway bar bushings are known to dry out, get hard and crack, not to mention the source of many squeaks in your front suspension. We take you step-by-step through replacing them. But it doesn’t end there; we’ll repair a radiator, replace a trunk seal and more.

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