Here’s one of the great masking tape tips. Aluminum foil can be a great tool in the shop. Whether you’re touching up paint on the engine or covering electrical components prior to degreasing an engine, its ability to form tightly around even complex shapes will keep it in place until the job is done.
Craig Hopkins teaches you how to remove the old floor of your car with a plasma cutter. Make sure to take extra caution to double check that you’re cutting on the right side of the line. There are also safety rules to obey when using a plasma cutter such as there is no debris, the… Read more »Watch Now >>
To prepare to attach the skin on a classic car door, Craig Hopkins shows how to create holes 6 inches apart in the skin with a hole punch. He demonstrates how to stop the door skin and inner structure from racking, and discusses why you should not weld the two until it fits back on… Read more »Watch Now >>
Restoring cast aluminum parts to like new condition can be a challenging process. Simple glass bead or media blasting can leave the parts looking “flat” and “grey”. Bob Wilson of RJ Restorations shares his secrets for restoring cast aluminum parts to have that “factory new” appearance. Bob takes us step-by-step through the process of restoring… Read more »Watch Now >>
In the fourth installment of our five-part series on upgrading your classic car’s body work, Brent Ackley teaches you a few tips for properly sanding the surface of a door panel in preparation for the paint job. He uses 400 grit wet sandpaper on a sanding block, and demonstrates the tedious but necessary process of… Read more »Watch Now >>