• 9:44

    Radiator Repair

    Radiators are prone to damage, whether it’s from road debris passing through the grille, interference or damage from the fan, or even unintentional damage from radiator repair. However, radiators can be expensive and it can be difficult to find the correct one for your car. Mark Simpson demonstrates how to safely remove a single damaged…

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  • 4:48

    Rat Fink Reunion – Part 2 – (’41 Chevrolet PU, ‘67 Chevrolet)

    Dennis Gage finishes up his time in Manti, UT, at the Rat Fink Reunion Car show by checking out Myron Tolf’s awesome ’41 Chevrolet pickup rat rod. Tolf’s creativity is evident everywhere on this great ride, from the unique vintage fuel can gas tank to the 1953 Orbinhaus blower atop the 454-cubic-inch engine. Keeping with…

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  • 19:48

    Winter Storage

    It often seems as though more can go wrong with your car when sitting still than when it’s in motion. Taking a few steps to properly store your classic will help ensure your car is ready for spring when you are. Mark Simpson goes through the each of the items you should maintain before putting…

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  • 12:15

    Emergency Items for the Road

    Ever wonder which spare parts you should be carrying in your classic car? Many parts for classic cars are unavailable or require a special order at most local auto parts stores. This is bad news if your car is stuck on the side of the road. In this video, Mark Simpson takes a look at…

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  • 27:17

    Emergency Tools for the Road

    Cars break down. It’s a fact of life. Being prepared with the right tools in your car can prevent you from feeling helpless if your car breaks down on the road. There are many considerations you should make when assembling a bag of emergency tools. Mark Simpson explores several must-have tools and how the tools…

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  • 4:23

    Fast and Easy Wire Butt Connectors

    Every so often a new product shows up that simply seems too good to be true. That is exactly how we felt the first time we saw an online video clip advertising these new wire butt connectors. Simply they are a 3-in-1 solution that includes shrink tubing, waterproof sealant and a low temp solder connector.…

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  • 8:39

    How To Keep Mice Out of Your Car

    Rodents just seem attracted to classic cars, perhaps it’s the all-natural materials used in older interiors, or the wealth of little areas to sneak in, or perhaps it’s just a nice enclosed area to spend the winter undisturbed. If you own classic cars long enough, sooner or later these pesky creatures will visit you too.…

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  • 7:46

    How To Remove GM Dash Switches

    Replacing the dash plastic is a common task when restoring most classic cars of the 60s and 70s. Whether the chrome accents need to be restored or the previous owner carved a bigger hole in the dash for a modern stereo, the dash can serve as the focal point of the interior. But removing the…

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  • 3:53

    Dustless Blasting

    Join Dennis Gage and Benny Lecompte of MMLJ Dustless Blasting as they examine the history of media blasting and the processes that have been created to remove rust yet avoid warping metal. They’ll discuss the advantages and disadvantages of soda blasting and the current best practices to achieve a “perfect surface.” They’ll also examine new…

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