• 1:52

    What is Mopar?

    The term Mopar was first used by the Chrysler Corporation in the mid-1920s and became an actual brand in the late 1930s. The name is derived from the words “motor” and “parts,” and was used to brand its parts division, which often used the same parts on makes and models of various years. Walter P.…

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    Hemi Powered 1958 Chrysler 300D

    In the 1950s, the pinnacle of performance in the Chrysler Line was the Chrysler 300 model. In the 1950s, the pinnacle of performance in the Chrysler Line was the Chrysler 300 model. They were made in 2-door hardtops and convertibles and were the sportiest, most powerful cars Chrysler had to offer. By the late 50s,…

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    1969 Dodge Super Bee

    The 1969 Dodge Super Bee is a worthy member of the muscle car family. Add options like the A12 package, including a Dana 60 rear axle and a 440 six-pack engine, and this muscle car becomes a monster. Fewer than two thousand 1969 Dodge Super Bees were built with the A12 package, which also included…

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  • 6:31

    Classic Car Swap Meet Strategies

    For most of us, restoring a car or truck will involve quite a bit of time spent looking for parts. Certainly online auctions and classified sites have made it much easier to locate parts, but sometimes the old ways are the best, waking up before dawn, standing outside the gate in the cool morning air…

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  • 7:31

    What to Bring to a Classic Car Show

    Attending a classic car show can often involve a lot of projects like getting your car cleaned, polished, detailed and ready, but don’t overlook a few items that will help you enjoy your time at the event even more and eliminate some pesky annoyances. Join Mark Simpson as he takes a look at what to…

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  • 37:55

    Measuring a Classic Car for Square

    You wouldn’t build a house on a foundation that wasn’t square and level, but you’d be surprised how many classic car enthusiasts start building their cars on a frame or chassis that is out of square. Let’s face it, the components of your car are designed to be bolted to a solid and square frame…

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  • 4:46

    Rear View Mirror Replacement on an Early Mustang

    Building a high-quality restoration is all about the details, and one of those often overlooked details is the rear view mirror. But, there are few items on your classic car that you’ll look at more. We venture to RJ Restorations in Farmington, MN to visit owner Bob Wilson. It’s Bob’s relentless attention to detail that…

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  • 4:24

    Classic Car Circuit Breakers

    Every classic car electrical circuit and the components it serves must be protected by a fuse or circuit breaker. This ensures that if there is a fault in the circuit, it will not result in a ruined component, or worse yet, an electrical fire. But cars built in the 1950s and earlier often do not…

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  • 33:18

    Mustang LED Headlight Conversion

    There is little doubt you’ve seen the impact LED lighting has made with taillights, side marker lights and even interior lighting on classic cars. But now manufacturers have brought the same great benefits that have made other LED conversion so popular to the headlights. Brighter lights, improved reliability, easy installation and reduced power consumption are…

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