Planning for reassembling your car starts the moment you begin to take it apart. This simple tip will keep you from scratching your head later.
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Installing a new headliner in a classic car can seem a little intimidating to most car guys who are more comfortable with a wrench in their hand and grease beneath their nails. The process is actually relatively easy, and with a little time and patience most car enthusiasts can achieve professional quality results at a…Watch Now >>
Restoring cast aluminum parts to like new condition can be a challenging process. Simple glass bead or media blasting can leave the parts looking flat and grey. Bob Wilson of RJ Restorations shares his secrets for restoring cast aluminum parts to have that “factory new” appearance. Bob takes us step by step through the process…Watch Now >>
Brent Ackley and George Vondriska teach you how to remove the old and tattered headliner in a 1956 Chevrolet 150 and replace it with a new liner. They walk you through the step-by-step process, demonstrating essential classic car maintenance techniques. You should wear a respirator and be careful not to get any of the dust…Watch Now >>
If you have ever gotten a bolt stuck in your classic car, you want to know how to use an EASY OUT. Brent Ackley shows you the slow, deliberate process so you can avoid making the expensive and time-costly mistake of having to repair a broken bolt. See how this technique helps avoid the need to…Watch Now >>