• 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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  • The Right Tools to Remove Windshield Trim

    We are all prone to taking shortcuts from time to time, whether it’s a quicker way to drive or simply get things done. But when it comes time to restore a classic car, some shortcuts can cost you time and money in the long run. Most frequently, the items on cars that get the shortcut…

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  • 4:52

    1956 Ford F100 Built in Memory “For Dad”

    Sentiment. It can be a good reason and sometimes a bad reason for restoring a classic car, and over the years I’ve seen countless examples of both. The bad is when a loved one passes away before their dream car project has been completed, but the project requires intensive amounts of work to complete yet…

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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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  • 4:01

    Grampa’s 1929 Model A Hot Rod

    Since the birth of the automobile in the late 1800s, car owners have sought to make cars go faster. This led to stripping away any unwanted weight including fenders, running boards, seats, etc. and increasing the engines performance. This quest for speed gave birth to what we know today as the Hot Rod. Fords were…

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  • 7:05

    MHRA Rod Shop – Car Repair

    The Michigan Hot Rod Association is an alliance of seven car clubs; one of their missions is to help fellow car enthusiasts get running again when the unthinkable happens and their car breaks down while attending an event they are at. This volunteer group of dedicated car guys have been helping get rides on the…

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  • 1:52

    What is Mopar?

    The term Mopar was first used by the Chrysler Corporation in the mid-1920s and became an actual brand in the late 1930s. The name is derived from the words “motor” and “parts,” and was used to brand its parts division, which often used the same parts on makes and models of various years. Walter P.…

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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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