Mark Oja gives you a brief background on why safety is so important when jacking up your classic car. It is essential that you take the necessary precautions and use a proper jack, jack stands, and other general equipment.
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Unless you had wood, or race ramps on the passenger side, the jack is just not going to go under the car.
You had a guy with his shoe holding the wood.. if U had another guy to hold wood on the passenger side,
then it becomes a 3 man job!
Safety – driving on the wood and his leg is Right There, inches from the fender.
Then, I can’t see where you placed the Jack, and then the Jack stand. That’s what I wanted to see!
Previous Comment about next step: put floor Jack under passenger side. The commentor is right- you absolutely won’t fit Jack under that car that’s so low to the ground.