Over time body fillers can become hard and difficult to work with, or you may want to thin out your filler to apply a skim coat over a large area. Mark Simpson explains why many body fillers get firm over time and how thinning bondo can return it to a more workable condition.
Craig Hopkins walks you through the body work stage of prepping for plastic fillers on his rebuilt 1967 Chevy Chevelle. Learn everything you need to know about the fillers as well as the body files. See what products work best for this process and find out how to use each of them correctly. Also, learnWatch Now >>
When working on the engine of your classic car, protecting the paint on your fenders should never be overlooked. Many auto shops have heavy padded rubber fender covers as standard fair, but these can pick up dirt that is later ground into the finish of your ride, when draped over the fender. Using clean shopWatch Now >>
Knowing how to correctly install aircraft quality rivets, is an important skill for any classic car restoration enthusiast. These rivets are commonly used on cars from the 1930s to today, and are available in a variety of sizes material types. Bob Wilson of RJ Restorations demonstrates the step-by-step process to install replacement rivets.Watch Now >>