Properly restored gauges and lenses can be easily overlooked when doing a complete restoration, but with a little time, effort and the right parts, your gauges can be made like new. Mark Simpson visits Bob Wilson, owner of RJ Restorations, to see first-hand the processes Wilson uses to build award winning restored classic cars. Bob takes us step-by-step through the cleaning, replacement and restoration process, including sourcing new parts from quality suppliers like Classic Industries. Wilson also shares some useful tips on classic car gauge repair, cleaning and lens replacement.
Replacing the dash plastic is a common task when restoring most classic cars of the 60s and 70s. Whether the chrome accents need to be restored or the previous owner carved a bigger hole in the dash for a modern stereo, the dash can serve as the focal point of the interior. But removing the…Watch Now >>
Watch Brent Ackley install a cruise control speed sensor and module on the 56 Chevy. Next, Brent and George Vondriska work under the hood. See how the cruise module goes in and how they connect into the linkage on the existing carburetor.Watch Now >>
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