Brent Ackley and George Vondriska walk you step-by-step through a classic car restoration process of bench soldering dashboard components for a 1956 Chevrolet 150, teaching you how to properly wire the components and connect the terminals. They show you a sample schematic for a standard component, and emphasize that each one will be different, so it is important that you follow the specific guidelines.
When restoring classic cars, often times the wiring harness also needs to be restored. Before spending hundreds or even thousands of dollars ordering a new harness or having one made, consider restoring your existing harness and repairing any issues it may have developed over the years. Bob Wilson of RJ Restorations takes us step-by-step through…Watch Now >>
When driving your classic car there are sometimes when you want all the features of a modern audio system but don’t want to give up your original factory radio, or perhaps building that traditional early hot rod and any radio would look out of place. Thankfully the folks at Custom Autosound have a great solution…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 >>
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 >>