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 be controlled from as much as 40 feet away. We’ll also take a look at their hidden subwoofer system that is certain to add some real punch to your tunes.
We love to drive our classic cars, and while the classic car audio can seem nostalgic, on a long drive it can leave you yearning for more. For decades the solution was to simply pull out your old classic car audio and somehow fit a brand new radio into the factory opening. Many good dashboards…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 teaches you how to set and check both. Mark also demonstrates the use of a dial back timing light to accurately set timing advance.Watch Now >>
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…Watch Now >>
Knowing how to properly disassemble an electrical pin connector will help avoid any unintended damage and allow you to quickly make changes. Mark Simpson demonstrates how to work on three popular electrical connectors and the terminal tools needed to get the job done.Watch Now >>