Many car enthusiasts don’t give their wiring or electrical system a second thought, that is until it fails. On the other hand nothing makes a classic car owners heart sink faster than having their car dead on the side of the road. Mark Simpson joins Bob Wilson of RJ Restorations as they dig in and take the mystery out of under dash wiring restoration. In the 60s, much of the instrument wiring was replaced by thin vinyl and copper circuit boards. Wilson explains how using a quality reproduction circuit board from Classic Industries is a must-do project for many enthusiasts. He also explains the process of restoring under dash wiring and shares his tip for cutting custom width wire wrap.
Replacing the dash plastic is a common task when restoring most classic cars of the 60s and 70s. Whether the chrome accents need to be restored or the previous owner carved a bigger hole in the dash for a modern stereo, the dash can serve as the focal point of the interior. But removing theWatch Now >>
Nothing makes your heart sink faster than turning the key on your classic car and hearing that familiar clicking of the starter. Batteries can drain down when not used regularly or when at your local car show and your car sits with the doors or trunk open for extended times. The best insurance you canWatch Now >>
Rick Schmidt of National Parts Depot (NPD) joins Dennis Gage in the garage to explore some of the great products offered by NPD to add modern conveniences to classic cars while keeping your car looking completely like stock. Schmidt begins by exploring adding power door locks to almost any car, and continues with power windowWatch Now >>