Bench Bleeding master cylinder was often a slow and sometimes messy process that often left you unsure if you actually purged all the air out. The process has become vastly faster and easier with the advent of syringe bleeding. Mark Simpson demonstrates how to syringe bleed a master cylinder using a kit from Master Power Brakes and high-quality DOT3 brake fluid.
Cam Benty takes you for a ride in a 1968 327 automatic Camaro and teaches you about numerous aspects of the car that can help you “get a grip” on your own muscle car. He suggests changing the suspension to performance mode through Hotchkis performance for both racing and safety purposes.Watch Now >>
When it comes time to begin your restoration, assume someone else will be putting the car together and your job is to provide them with instruction on exactly how to do it. That way you’ll keep careful records of every part you removed and photos of it before you ever touched it. It’s easier thanWatch Now >>
It’s no secret classic pickup truck owners are often faced with needing to replace the cab corners of their vintage ride. This area is prone to holding dirt and water resulting in rusted out cab corners. Hot rod fabricator Gary Simpson of Outcast Kustoms takes us through the process of removing the rusted area, buttWatch Now >>