• 0:59

    No-Cost Axle Puller

    You can never have enough tools, but if you’ve been restoring cars long enough you have most of what you need. But for those starting out or building cars on a limited budget the key to building cars is to make the most of what you do have. This same scenario applies when you are…

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  • 4:32

    Getting Started with Body Restoration

    No one is born with the skills to restore a Classic Car, but rather they are gained over trial and time. But there’s no argument we all started in the same place. Mark Simpson discusses with Terry Wright what it takes to get started in the hobby and be successful at it. It begins with…

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  • 7:51

    LED Upgrade for Mustang Headlights

    There’s little doubt about the benefits of LEDs for brighter and more dependable lighting, and thankfully this technology has found its way into the classic car market. While taillights and marker lights were the first to make the conversion to LEDs, these days nearly every bulb on most cars is replaceable with LEDs. Headlights were…

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  • 12:08

    Chevy C10 LED Side Marker Lights

    If you’ve looked at any new cars lately you would surmise that the traditional light bulb is a thing of the past. Many components on modern cars utilize LEDs in place of what were commonly light bulbs years ago. Their compact size, brightness and durability make them an easy choice for manufacturers. The folks at…

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  • 7:45

    1941 Ford Convertible Custom Street Rod

    What is a street rod? There are many opinions as to what a street rod really is, and there are those that draw hard lines between street rods, hot rods, and customs—but why get bogged down in the semantics? For many years, die-hard street rodders considered any modified car that had removable front and rear…

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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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  • 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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  • 16:51

    United Pacific Headlights & Taillights: Outfitting a Mustang with LEDs

    Automotive LED lighting has changed what we expect from lighting systems. While LEDs first made their appearance on heavy equipment and trailers as a good solution for filament bulbs that were constantly burning out. Soon the high-end automotive market saw the advantages too, and began to incorporate this innovative solution into their offerings. Today LED…

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  • 6:09

    Build Safer Electrical Systems with Electrical Relays

    Electrical relays are essentially electrically operated switches. They have been used in a wide array of electrical systems for over 200-years. Early classic cars had little need for electrical relays and often even lacked fuses or circuit breakers. As cars became more sophisticated and the electric systems more robust, relays proved an effective means to…

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