Check out our February Q&A while Mark Simpson and Ross Keihl talk about how long it takes for gas to expire, getting your car out from winter, and where you should go to tech school!
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How much sould i expect for a classic car exterior only paint job and who is out there that is good or how would you go about finding the right paint shop soda blasting vs sand blasting vainent matching and so on
Hi, I have a 54′ chevy belair that I want to be my daily driver. I have been watching videos and think I might stick to only working doing superficial myself. When I take in for someone to work on getting it running, what should I have them work on first?
I have a 65 F100 pickup. Eventually I want to upgrade to disc brakes, and have all the info I need to do this. However, I have read about/seen a power brake booster that should work with the factory master cylinder, thereby giving me power brakes to begin with. However I can’t find any info on what/where I can get this booster. I am all for bolt-in improvements – –
Here is what our expert had to say:
Years ago many street rod enthusiasts used the 1955-57 T-Bird Midland Brake Booster for power brakes. it bolts onto the brake line after the master, and if you’re still running a single reservoir master cylinder it may be the solution you’re looking for.
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