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.
Mark Oja goes into detail about car maintenance as well as certain areas on the classic car that are good jacking points. With the help of some fabulous visual examples, you will be able to locate and recognize places that are the safest and most dangerous for jacking up your classic car.Watch Now >>
When it comes time to begin your restoration, assume someone else will be putting the car together and your job is to provide them with instruction on exactly how to do it. That way you’ll keep careful records of every part you removed and photos of it before you ever touched it. It’s easier than…Watch Now >>
When stripping the hardware from a car, it is important that you take the necessary precautions to carefully remove each component. Craig Hopkins teaches you how to use a torch and a few hand tools to find and remove screws and other materials that are holding the hardware onto the body of the car. The…Watch Now >>
Classic car detailing has never been easier! Brent Ackley and George Vondriska teach you how to clean the engine compartment on a 1956 Chevy 210. After a reasonable power wash, scuff sand, prime and paint, the engine compartment on your classic car should look ready for the showroom.Watch Now >>