• 8:39

    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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  • 6:58

    Dennis Gage travels to New Jersey to visit Andy Wickenheisser and his 1961 Dodge Pioneer wagon gasser creation, know as “Bad Gas”. Equipped with power steering, power brakes, I-beam front suspension, zoomie exhaust, ladder bars, and blown 354ci Chrysler Hemi engine, Andy has faithfully recreated his custom ride with a nostalgic flavor. This is one

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  • 14:40

    Automotive battery technology continues to evolve, and the processes many of us have used to charge, re-charge and maintain our batteries have changed as well. Scott Parkhurst joins Mark Simpson as they examine how batteries and battery chargers have changed and proper battery charging. They’ll also discuss the pros and cons of Flooded, Gel and

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  • 15:06

    Automotive horns are notorious for not working after sitting unused for extended periods of time. Mark Simpson disassembles a non-functioning classic car horn and explains the various components, how they work and how to bring it back to life.

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  • 22:40

    Once the Oxy Acetylene torch was the tool every car guy grabbed for first and was a must have for any die-hard car enthusiast. Advancements in MIG and TIG welders, Plasma cutters and the like have diminished the need of this great shop tool. But the old gas axe still has its place in any

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  • 10:38

    By the 1950s many classic cars came from the factory with undercoating already applied. Often this undercoating has become dried out or needs to be redone after patching or replacing floor pans. Fortunately Eastwood Company offers high-quality anti-rust coatings that can restore that factory look or help preserve rust prone areas like rocker panels. Follow

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  • 9:22

    Nothing makes your heart sink faster than turning the key on your classic car and hearing that familiar clicking of the starter. Batteries can drain down when not used regularly or when at your local car show and your car sits with the doors or trunk open for extended times. The best insurance you can

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  • 8:01

    When restoring a classic car there are some areas that are nearly impossible to get to. One of those areas is inside the rocker panels and frame rails. Let’s face it if your classic car still has it’s original rocker panel sheet metal, you want to do everything you can to keep it that way.

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  • 5:04

    Working on classic cars almost always involves dealing with rusty fasteners. The three most common methods to free up rusted fasteners are brute force, heat or penetrating oil. We’ll take a look at some commercially available penetrating oils and how to make your own penetrating oil that “Machinist Workshop Magazine” claims to outperform them all

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