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.
Watch as Craig Hopkins and son Aaron install the car dash on their Chevelle. They also work on building the firewall from the inside out. Taking your time and working together is important so that everything fits correctly. Learn tips as they assemble the firewall complete with heater box and more.Watch Now >>
Adding modern sound to classic cars used to involve cutting up pristine factory dashboards to get everything to fit. But thanks to manufacturers like Custom AutoSound upgrades have become a lot easier. Dennis Gage is joined by Ryan McDonald of Custom Autosound as they discuss the many audio solutions including hidden audio systems that can…Watch Now >>
Car enthusiasts have argued the merits of white LED tail lights versus red LED tail lights bulb. Those that state the white LED bulbs are better in taillights insist they’re just brighter…period. While those that claim the red LED bulbs are better point out that the red taillight lens filters out much of the white…Watch Now >>
Understanding engine timing and timing advance is important when making decisions on your classic car. Mark Simpson explains the difference between “Initial” timing and “Total” timing, and how to set and check both. Mark also demonstrates the use of a dial back timing light to accurately set timing advance.Watch Now >>