Cars of the 30s through the 50s notoriously had issues sealing out the elements once their seals began to degrade. Installing new weather seals will keep the rain and dust out for years to come and can be accomplished in a few short hours in the garage.
Whether you’ve just bought your classic car or you’ve driven it a few decades sooner or later you’re going to need to remove or replace the door glass. Older classics with side safety glass are also prone to “fogging” around the edges as the glass delaminates from the safety plastic sheet, forcing owners to replace…Watch Now >>
Brent Ackley teaches you how to install door glass, a window regulator, a vent window and a vent window regulator into the car door of a 1956 Chevrolet 150. He walks you step by step through the simple process, demonstrating each of the essential classic car maintenance tips and techniques you’ll utilize. It’s as easy…Watch Now >>
Building a high-quality restoration is all about the details, and one of those often overlooked details is the rear view mirror. But, there are few items on your classic car that you’ll look at more. We venture to RJ Restorations in Farmington, MN to visit owner Bob Wilson. It’s Bob’s relentless attention to detail that…Watch Now >>
By the late 1960s, most passenger cars were using glue-in windshields. They provided better seals, additional structural rigidity and increased speed of installation over their rubber mounted predecessors. But unfortunately many auto restorers are uncomfortable removing and installing an auto windshield, but that reluctance is often nothing more than being unfamiliar with the process. The…Watch Now >>