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So Just How Big IS the Car Restoration Industry?
Looking through a list of car restoration vendors aroused our curiosity about the car restoration industry.…keep reading
Here are a few things to think about when you're thinking about your carburetors.…keep reading
A Polyol Product used in Restoration: A Review of Kwik Poly
Looking for a "universal" way to tackle wood, metal, filling, sanding, and finishing for structural and cosmetic uses? Kwik Poly may be just what you need.…keep reading
Stout Scarab: Futuristic Travelling Machine
What car looks like a sub sandwich on wheels, swings like a hammock, and has space for a game of gin? Why, the Stout Scarab, of course.…keep reading
Dodge announced the great Dodge Rebellion ad campaign in 1966, designed to change the status quo…keep reading
Emotional Attachment Makes VW Restoration Worthwhile
Sometimes an emotional attachment to a car can cause some people to spend more on a restoration than the restored car will be worth. But, hey, it's their car and their money. They know what it's worth to them.…keep reading
The Factory Behind the Car
With so many automotive manufacturers in existence, and many of them not being too stable, it was important for manufacturers to show that they were here to stay…keep reading
1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 15
I can't remember ever thinking about paint as much as I have in the past 5 months. It has been constant; before I fall asleep at night, all day during work, and even one or two dreams! …keep reading
Welding Cast Iron: Repairing a Brittle Metal
No sense in tossing a hard-to-find cast iron part because it's cracked or broken. Instead of drilling out the end of the crack and putting in a bolt, repairing the cast iron to join the surfaces is a better way to prevent further cracking.…keep reading