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 teaches you how to find the correct gaps between points on your car engine. He starts by showing you how to create the largest gap possible between points. This will not give you the perfect gap, but allows for your classic car to run. Then, he teaches you how to maneuver the gaps to find the perfectWatch Now >>
Suspension is a good first step for improving the handling of a car, but Cam Benty explains how new, better wheels and tires for classic cars can make an even bigger difference. Cory installs the wheels and teaches you about an aspect you might have overlooked otherwise – alignment.Watch Now >>
Some engine idle and performance issues can be directly related to vacuum leaks. Loose hoses, missing vacuum caps, cracked hoses, failed intake and carburetor gaskets can all be the source of potential problems. Mark Simpson demonstrates some sure-fire ways to assist you in locating a car vacuum leak in your system.Watch Now >>
After prefitting the roof to make sure it will piece together properly with the quarter panel, Craig Hopkins installs and welds a new roof onto his 1967 Chevy Chevelle. He recommends cleaning the component and checking for any damage prior to installation, and then demonstrates the full clamping and welding process.Watch Now >>