If you work on classic cars long enough, sooner or later you’ll need to remove rusted exhaust studs. Mark Simpson explains the process to safely remove them using a stud extractor tool and quality penetrating fluids. He also explains the process to properly use heat to release rusted studs.
GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) or TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding, was known for years by many enthusiasts simply as heliarc welding; a process that often involved very expensive equipment and gases. The cost of equipment has come down dramatically over the years and is now within reach for most auto restoration hobbyists. Like many…Watch Now >>
Let’s face it: restoring a classic car often takes more than just a few months and can even take years to complete when doing a full restoration. Oftentimes, the restoration process needs to be paused from time to time to accommodate many of life’s other demands. Fortunately, when you do need to take a break,…Watch Now >>
Mark Oja goes into detail about car maintenance as well as certain areas on the classic car that are good jacking points. With the help of some fabulous visual examples, you will be able to locate and recognize places that are the safest and most dangerous for jacking up your classic car.Watch Now >>
Staying safe in the salvage yard is key to enjoying your time there. Mark Simpson discusses several important considerations you should make to ensure your safety and the safety of others. Active salvage yards and those that go seemingly untouched for years all share their hidden dangers. Knowing what to look for or lookout for,…Watch Now >>