Technology has a way of changing the way we do things, even the way we work on our classic cars. The smartphone has become an important tool in any shop, but now with the availability of low cost (under $10) remote cameras things got a little better. Mark Simpson takes a close look at the inspection camera that can now give us an inside look at frame rails, rocker panels, intake manifolds, gas tanks and so much more.
Sanding is a critical step in adding an impressive paint job to your classic car, so you need the proper supplies in your shop. Cam Benty helps you chose what size blocks to use, how to build your own block and the functions of a powder can. A proper finish starts with the car sandingWatch Now >>
Craig Hopkins uses his helmet cam to give you an up-close look of the timing, spacing and location of a proper weld. He starts by using a 3 inch grinder to flatten welds out, and then shows you how to create lap and butt welds that are four beads long. Use this helpful welding tipsWatch Now >>
Craig Hopkins provides you with awesome welding basics while he gets you off the tool bench and welds a floorpan into a classic car. He starts by applying a RS512 primer by Rubberseal that will give you a longer lasting repair, and then teaches you how to tightly and safely clamp the floorpan down.Watch Now >>
In this video, learn how to customize your own classic car! Sheet Metal Fabrication can be a useful and effective tool when you are looking to add customized exterior to your classic car. Mark Oja works on a rare, custom Blown Fiat and adds his own custom hood using sheet metal fabrication made from cheapWatch Now >>