• 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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  • 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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  • 2:54

    Car Start: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Whether you just purchase a car that has not seen the road in years or if it’s your beloved classic that has sat patiently for years waiting for it’s time in the sun again, the process of bringing a car out of long-term storage can be a little labor-intensive. Our slogan when we started the…

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  • 8:29

    Installing a Car Tire Inner Tube: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    The first tubeless tire was patented by Goodyear in 1903, and even though it was a great idea they did not become available on American production cars until 1954 when Packard introduced them on their new models. Many classic cars of the 1950s and earlier used inner tubes and some cars and trucks used them…

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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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  • 15:44

    Brake Master Cylinder: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Classic cars that have been stored for years are notorious for having brake system failures, and when bringing a car out of storage it’s important to examine the brake system components carefully before getting started. Signs of leaking, missing or wrinkled paint around brake components, and signs of corrosion on brake parts can all give…

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  • 5:58

    United Pacific LED Mirrors and Light Bezels

    We’ve long been a big fan of United Pacific’s great line of LED lighting solutions, from intensely bright LED headlights to trick sequential tail lights, but did you know they also offer classic car trim and body panels too. When our good friend Shawn mentioned he wanted to add some of their state-of-the-art LED side…

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  • 17:59

    Cleaning Fuel System: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Unfortunately, oftentimes when a classic car has been stored it wasn’t properly stored. But rather it just stopped being driven. This commonly means the battery is still in place, the fluids are dirty and the fuel tank is partially full. To bring any car out of long-term storage requires more effort than simply adding fresh…

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  • 17:23

    Battery Care: Bringing a Car Out of Long-Term Storage

    Oftentimes when a classic car is put into long-term storage, the intention is not for it to be in storage at all but rather the car was simply no longer driven. This often means many items that should have been taken care of before sitting for extended periods have created their own problems. This includes…

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