Modern oils, fuels and fluids have changed over the years from when many of our classic cars were built. Mark Simpson discusses many of these changes and how it is important to the life of your classic car to make the right choices when selecting which products to use in your car. The removal of lead in gas, zinc eliminated in engine oils and even the elimination of whale oil in automatic transmission fluids can affect the way our classic cars perform.
George Vondriska visually inspects each part of the distributor cap – the cap itself, the router, and the points. He shows what corrosion on the inside of a used cap looks like compared to a new, working one, discusses the different types of routers and teaches you how to set the point cap with aWatch Now >>
Nobody likes an oil drip! George Vondriska shows you how to reach and replace the oil pan on a 1977 Chevy 454. Before recording the video, he drained the oil from the pan and removed the filter to get access to the oil filter adapter. Use these helpful tips presented to replace the oil panWatch Now >>
Most people get oil changes regularly because it shows up in that neon light on the dashboard, but they often forget about changing the transmission fluid, filter and gasket. Fortunately, you will find the fluid and filter can be done simultaneously, which makes it a manageable process after an oil change. In this video, learnWatch Now >>