• 8:11

    Secondary Under-Dash Gauge Installation

    From nearly the invention of the automobile, motorists have relied on gauges to give them direct feedback as to how their car was performing. As time went by, more gauges were added to provide a host of information, but by the 1960s, cars became more affordable. With buyers less concerned about reading gauges, they were…

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  • 18:15

    Removing a Glue-In Windshield

    Early automobiles and trucks often had windshield glass mounted in frames and secured to the car, but by the 1930s most cars began to have the windshield mounted in a rubber gasket and secured in place by the interior trim panels. As car designs evolved, the introduction of the glue-in windshield became common practice by…

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  • 8:17

    Father/Son Classic Car Projects

    Every classic car enthusiast has a story of their connection to the hobby, and for many, the story begins at home assisting their father or an older sibling making car repairs or modifications. There is no shortage of father/mother and son/daughter duos at many classic car events, and in large part, these traditions are what…

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  • 4:15

    Back to the 50s Car Show

    For nearly as long as there have been cars, there have been car shows. Many of the earliest car shows were held so manufacturers could debut their latest models to the public. But as the love affair between the public and their automobiles grew, so did the desire for owners to personalize their cars to…

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  • 6:14

    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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  • 5:40

    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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  • 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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  • 25:47

    Upgrade Your Classic with Billet Trim Parts & LED Mirrors

    Many avid car enthusiasts are drawn to personalize their ride to make it unique in the crown of other perfectly restored cars. For nearly as long as there have been cars there have been companies offering parts to give your car that personal touch. All of these upgrades are not always driven by appearance, in…

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  • 7:44

    1961 Chrysler New Yorker Wagon

    Dennis Gage travels to Gilford, Connecticut to check out a couple of John Cote’s finned Mopar’s. Famed car designer Vigil Exner, named his design for the 50s Mopars the “Forward Look”, which included swoopy design, big fins and a very iconic 50s car look. Cote’s 1961 Chrysler New Yorker wagon has that distinctive Exner style…

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