When completing any classic car upholstery project or simply making small repairs, it is possible to get upholstery adhesive in places you don’t want it. Using solvents to clean upholstery adhesive can sometimes lead to further spreading it out or damaging the finish on your upholstery. Here’s a quick tip to make cleanups easy and with less risk.
Craig Hopkins installs a full car floor on a Dodge Challenger just the way the factory would do it. You will learn how to properly support and level it on jack stands to keep the car from drooping on either end or in the middle. Also, make sure to put the floor in first thenWatch Now >>
In the next step of our 1967 Chevy Chevelle rebuild, it’s time to reupholster the bucket seats. Craig Hopkins gives tips along the way as he starts with disassembling the seats completely. After the seats have been reupholstered, Craig and Aaron work on reassembling them. Craig also starts work on the door panel. The car is comingWatch Now >>
George Vondriska teaches you how to find the correct gaps between points on your car engine. He starts by showing you how to create the largest gap possible between points. This will not give you the perfect gap, but allows for your classic car to run. Then, he teaches you how to maneuver the gaps to find the perfectWatch Now >>