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Product Review: The Car Capsule — Storing Your Classic Car in a Bubble

Product Review: The Car Capsule — Storing Your Classic Car in a Bubble

Product Reviews - By Chris Wantuck
The ideal storage for your classic car would be a warm garage stall for every car. But that's expensive. Here's a more reasonable (and affordable) method of classic car storage. …keep reading

The Art of MoToR Magazine

The Art of MoToR Magazine

Auto History - By Llewellyn Hedgbeth
The definitive online guide to the cover art of MoToR Magazine from 1900s to the 1960s. …keep reading

Car Restoration Tip 49 — Caulk Caps

Restoration Tips
This little ditty has proven its worth to us many times over. …keep reading

How to Form and Flare Tubing Ends

How to Form and Flare Tubing Ends

How To - By Chris Wantuck
Adding fittings to brake and gas lines is a job that has to be done right. Here's how... …keep reading

100 Great Garage Products at 2016 SEMA Show

100 Great Garage Products at 2016 SEMA Show

New Products - By John Gunnell
Here's a look at some of the new products introduced at the 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas...lots of new toys! …keep reading

1964-68 Buick Wheel-Bearing Adjustment

Factory Fixes
The correct way to tighten wheel bearings on 1965-69 Buicks …keep reading

Giving a Brake Cable the Right Look

Giving a Brake Cable the Right Look

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Success for your car restoration project oftentimes depends on attention to details. One of those details is giving your parking brake cable the right look. Here's one method for doing that. …keep reading

A Review of a Combo Lathe and Milling Head: Why would I want one?

A Review of a Combo Lathe and Milling Head: Why would I want one?

Product Reviews - By Chris Wantuck
Equipment for the hobbyist's shop doesn't come cheap. This in-depth article describes some of the features to look for on a combo lathe and milling machine and provide the information you need to know before you buy …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 26

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 26

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Tightening up leaks in the engine bay, tackling the doors and finishing up on the brakes …keep reading

Royal Purple Promises a More Affordable 'Zinc Oil'

Royal Purple Promises a More Affordable 'Zinc Oil'

New Products - By John Gunnell
Royal Purple introduces new product for older high-performance engines with flat tappet camshaft systems. …keep reading

Fixing 1958 Mercury Medalist Clutch Pedal Noise

Factory Fixes
A quick fix can eliminate an annoying noise in the clutch of a 1958 Mercury …keep reading

Auto Trimming is Becoming a Lost Art

Auto Trimming is Becoming a Lost Art

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
It takes a lot of skill, equipment and effort to install pre-cut upholstery kits. Here, we look at an alternative to do-it-yourself. …keep reading

How to Repair Damaged Vinyl Soft Trim

How to Repair Damaged Vinyl Soft Trim

How To - By John Gunnell
Padded dashboards were introduced in the 1950s. After years of being baked by the sun, they tend to get brittle and crack. If the cracking is minor, it's not too hard to repair the vinyl. …keep reading

Turn Signals for Collector Classic Cars: Turnswitch S&M Electro-Tech

Turn Signals for Collector Classic Cars: Turnswitch S&M Electro-Tech

Product Reviews - By Chris Wantuck
Did you ever find yourself grumbling under your breath about the driver in front of you who didn't know what that little lever on the side of the steering column was for? Some older cars didn't even have that lever, and here's what you can do about it. …keep reading

Storytime with Liberty (1918-1919)

Storytime with Liberty (1918-1919)

Classic Car Literature - By Chris Ritter
Liberty Motor Company decided the best way to sell their "medium-priced car" was through storytelling …keep reading

Installing Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines

Installing Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines

How To - By John Gunnell
They may cost a little more, but unless you're looking for concours-level originality, the added safety is worth the price. …keep reading

Finishing Touches: Reassembly of Cowl Lamps

Finishing Touches: Reassembly of Cowl Lamps

Feature Articles - By Chris Wantuck
Practicing what we preach: we put the concepts of some of our previous articles together to show how they all work to make your projects more enjoyable. …keep reading

Grand Canyon Motoring - 1915 Metz & 1921 Velie

Grand Canyon Motoring - 1915 Metz & 1921 Velie

Classic Car Literature - By Chris Ritter
One of the better ways to highlight a vehicle's capability was to subject it to conditions and abuse that average drivers would never face. …keep reading

The Right Method for Removing and Reinserting Studs

The Right Method for Removing and Reinserting Studs

How To - By Chris Wantuck
When working on an engine, it's not unusual to find studs on oil pan surfaces, transmission bell housings, and intake and exhaust manifolds. Here's the right way to deal with them. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 25

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 25

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Continuing with our 1937 Buick project, we finish with brakes, wiring, and, at last, firing her up. …keep reading

Overhauling the Sylphon Bellows Thermostat

Overhauling the Sylphon Bellows Thermostat

How To - By Chris Wantuck
Used in the 1920s and 1930s to control "shutters" on grills, this thermostat control system is really not as complex as it looks …keep reading

A Look at Seatbelt Planet's Seat Belt Re-webbing Service

A Look at Seatbelt Planet's Seat Belt Re-webbing Service

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes there are required processes in car restoration that you just can't do yourself. Fortunately, there are folks out there who can do it for you. …keep reading

1969 Chevrolet Turbo Hydra-Matic Mainshaft Change

Factory Fixes
Improving flow of lubricant to output-shaft thrust washer modification to Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 transmissions. …keep reading

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

Feature Articles
Continuing on our roadtrip, we visited Auburn, Indiana and the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum …keep reading

America's Packard Museum

America's Packard Museum

Feature Articles
On a recent Second Chance Garage roadtrip, we found ourselves going through Dayton, Ohio, and couldn't resist stopping by "America's Packard Museum." …keep reading

1953 Mercury Gearshift Linkage Adjustment

Factory Fixes
Describes method for adjusting gearshift linkage in 1952-1953 Mercurys with standard transmission …keep reading

Protect-O-Plates Help Car Collectors Verify Facts

Protect-O-Plates Help Car Collectors Verify Facts

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
In the early to mid '60s, car manufacturers had to develop a way to keep tabs on the cars they sold for warranty purposes. These Protect-O-Plates can be a reliable source of information about your collector car. …keep reading

June 1958 De Soto Factory Fixes: Clears Washer Nozzles

Factory Fixes
Seems that 1958 DeSoto's had trouble with clogged windshield washer nozzles. Here's the remedy. …keep reading

Product Review: Muggy Weld Specialty Welding Products

Product Review: Muggy Weld Specialty Welding Products

Product Reviews - By Chris Wantuck
Welding unlike metals... fixing pot-metal... what about welding cast iron? These are just some of the situations facing car restorers. Here are some products that may help. …keep reading

1958 Mercury Accelerator Pump Stroke Adjustment

Factory Fixes
These adjustments can make your carburetor work better when the weather changes. …keep reading

1950 Plymouth Condensation in Distributor cap

Factory Fixes
This Fix addresses a possible cause of hard-starting in a 1950 Plymouth …keep reading

Roamer: America's Smartest Car

Roamer: America's Smartest Car

Auto Biography - By Llewellyn Hedgbeth
The Roamer, manufactured by Barley Motor Car Company was marketed as "America's Smartest Car". Over a period of 14 years, 12,000 were manufactured. This is their story. …keep reading

Old-time upgrade for your old-time car's king pins

Old-time upgrade for your old-time car's king pins

How To - By John Gunnell
Old-time kingpin upgrade is still available and will let your car steer better …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 24

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 24

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Continuing on with the Buick, we add rear suspension and gas tank. …keep reading

1964 Tempest Front Seat Adjustment

Factory Fixes
An additional adjustment is possible on the 1964 Tempest sedan and coupe front seat to satisfy the requirements of shorter people. …keep reading

Product Review: Duo-Mite Metal Bender

Product Review: Duo-Mite Metal Bender

Product Reviews - By Chris Wantuck
There are several tools in our shop that aren't used every day. But when we need them, it's great to have them. The Duo-Mite Metal Bender is one of those tools. …keep reading

Comet Six

Comet Six

Auto Biography - By Llewellyn Hedgbeth
Car makers have been interested in Comets for quite a while: from the 1907 California-made Comet to the Mercury Comet. This article as about still yet another Comet: The Comet Six …keep reading

Towing Home a Touring Car

Towing Home a Touring Car

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Towing a teens and twenties touring car is not like towing a 60s and 70s muscle car. Especially when all you have available is an open trailer. Here are some things to consider …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 23

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 23

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
We finalized our windshield installation and turned our attention to our drive train. …keep reading

Build Sheet History Part Two

Build Sheet History Part Two

Auto History - By Patrick Smith
In Part One we looked at the origins of the build sheet from the coach-building era and early mass production of cars. In this article we wrap things up with a discussion of the build sheets of the 1960s and 1970s. …keep reading

Sweet Sixteen — Part 1: Cadillac

Sweet Sixteen — Part 1: Cadillac

Good Ol Days - By Chris Ritter
In the late 1920s the high-end luxury buyer wanted something that would really make them stand out...like a really, really big engine …keep reading

Car Restoration Tip 48 — Rotary Tools and Bits

Car Restoration Tip 48 — Rotary Tools and Bits

Restoration Tips
Small rotary tools and bits are valuable assets to the classic car restorer. Here are a couple of hints on how to make their use even better …keep reading

Car Restoration Tip 47 — Small Tool Holders

Car Restoration Tip 47 — Small Tool Holders

Restoration Tips
It can be hard to keep track of small tools...tossing them in a drawer just doesn't work. Try this …keep reading

Seeing is Believing says Fluid Dynamics Expert

Seeing is Believing says Fluid Dynamics Expert

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Something for those car restorers who are also interested in car racing: using the science of fluid dynamics to get more performance out of your car …keep reading

The History and Evolution of the Build Sheet

The History and Evolution of the Build Sheet

Auto History - By Patrick Smith
The Holy Grail for a classic car owner is the build sheet. It's a document that contains the car's DNA as prescribed by the factory. Build sheets add to a car's value as proof a car was built with certain options. Much talk has been generated about build sheets, but what is really known about their origins and history? Read on to learn how build sheets came into being. …keep reading

Luring You In

Luring You In

Good Ol Days - By Chris Ritter
By the late 1920s traditional road maps were ubiquitous. It was becoming difficult for a destination to stand out in the crowd, so various associations, companies and tourist bureaus started publishing roadmap lookalikes to entice you to visit and spend your money. …keep reading

Using a Timing Light on your Dual Point Ignition

Using a Timing Light on your Dual Point Ignition

How To - By Chris Wantuck
Several auto manufacturers from the early years up through the 1950s used a dual point ignition system. This article shows you how to adjust the points on one of those engines. …keep reading

Restoring the Look of Wiring after Painting

Restoring the Look of Wiring after Painting

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Anyone who has restored a car knows how paint over-spray can wind up on electrical wiring after a car body is painted. Here's one way to deal with it. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 22

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 22

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Making progress on our steering, transmission and windshield (ugh)? …keep reading

Restoring a Zenith Stromberg Carburetor Linkage

Restoring a Zenith Stromberg Carburetor Linkage

How To - By John Gunnell
Sometimes small things that seem really simple can be really complex. …keep reading

A New Approach to an Old Trick: Metal Stitching

A New Approach to an Old Trick: Metal Stitching

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
It pays to be on the lookout for new or different technologies that can make our lives easier. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 21

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 21

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
After some time off, it was time to delve back into our 1937 Buick project. …keep reading

Shinier-than-Chrome Wheels Roll into Aftermarket

Shinier-than-Chrome Wheels Roll into Aftermarket

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
A relatively new process does a good job of creating a chrome-like coating on wheels and other trim. …keep reading

Organization Tips During Car Restoration

Organization Tips During Car Restoration

How To - By Chris Wantuck
Keeping track of things when restoring your classic car is extremely important. Knowing how it all goes back together doesn't hurt, either …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 20

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 20

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
After a bit of a break we're getting back to our Buick project …keep reading

Tying Things Together with Tie-Down Straps

Tying Things Together with Tie-Down Straps

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
There are many uses in your garage for these handy items, besides tying things down. …keep reading

Gas Tank Cleaning using Electrolysis

Gas Tank Cleaning using Electrolysis

How To - By Chris Wantuck
We've looked at this process before, but gas tanks are unique and it's important to know the best way to treat them. …keep reading

Some Classic Car Gas Tank Repairs are Risky

Some Classic Car Gas Tank Repairs are Risky

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Restoring Classic Car gas tanks can be tricky and dangerous. It's a job probably best left to the professionals …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 19

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 19

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
With spring at hand it's time to jump into rebuilding the engine. …keep reading

Erskine - Part 2: Marketing and Model Changes of the Erskine

Erskine - Part 2: Marketing and Model Changes of the Erskine

Auto Biography - By Llewellyn Hedgbeth
A look at how the Erskine was marketed and what improvements were made to the car. …keep reading

Car Restoration Tip 46 - Paint Scoops

Restoration Tips
Household scoops can make your life easier in the garage... …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 18

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 18

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Reassembling the rear suspension; checking our our new chrome, and evaluating our Package Shelf. …keep reading

Car Restoration Tip 45 - Filler Spreaders

Restoration Tips
Some things are just made for re-purposing. …keep reading

A simple ATF leak fix cures Tempest owner's headache

A simple ATF leak fix cures Tempest owner's headache

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
With a little bit of knowledge and help from long-time hobby contacts, this leak was an easy fix. …keep reading

Book Review: Panel Beating and Body Work, by Bengt Blad

Book Review: Panel Beating and Body Work, by Bengt Blad

Book Reviews
From time to time a how-to book about car restoration appears that basically blows everything else off the shelf...this is that book. …keep reading

Erskine - Part 1: Studebaker's Erskine Six: the Little Aristrocrat of Motordom

Erskine - Part 1: Studebaker's Erskine Six: the Little Aristrocrat of Motordom

Auto Biography - By Llewellyn Hedgbeth
Studebaker's Erskine Six, produced from 1927 to 1930 and named for Studebaker's president at that time, was meant to be a compact six-cylinder car that appealed to the European as well as the American market. …keep reading

Dashboard Dissassembly System Uses Cardboard Dash

Dashboard Dissassembly System Uses Cardboard Dash

How To - By John Gunnell
Rewiring a dash can be a tricky undertaking. Given that, a method to keep track of where everything came from during disassembly is critical. Here's one approach. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 17

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 17

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Chris continues to clean-up, paint-up, and shine-up his 1937 Buick. …keep reading

Simple Homemade Control Knob Bezel Removal Tool

Simple Homemade Control Knob Bezel Removal Tool

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes you have no choice...only a home-made tool can do the job. …keep reading

How to Keep Mice Out of Your Classic Car

How to Keep Mice Out of Your Classic Car

How To - By John Gunnell
Keeping furry little creatures out of cars is high on the priority list of collectors. …keep reading

So Just How Big IS the Car Restoration Industry?

Feature Articles
Looking through a list of car restoration vendors aroused our curiosity about the car restoration industry. …keep reading

Carburetor Math

Carburetor Math

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Here are a few things to think about when you're thinking about your carburetors. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 16

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 16

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
In this entry to our Journal, we tackle paint... of sheet metal as well as primer coats to our engine, and a little glass work on the side. …keep reading

A Polyol Product used in Restoration: A Review of Kwik Poly

A Polyol Product used in Restoration: A Review of Kwik Poly

Product Reviews - By Chris Wantuck
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

Stout Scarab: Futuristic Travelling Machine

Auto Biography - By Llewellyn Hedgbeth
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 Rebellion

Dodge Rebellion

Classic Car Literature - By Chris Ritter
Dodge announced the great Dodge Rebellion ad campaign in 1966, designed to change the status quo …keep reading

Emotional Attachment Makes VW Restoration Worthwhile

Emotional Attachment Makes VW Restoration Worthwhile

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
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

The Factory Behind the Car

Classic Car Literature - By Chris Ritter
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

Rebuilding a Door Bumper: An Example of Machining Basics and Simple Casting

Rebuilding a Door Bumper: An Example of Machining Basics and Simple Casting

How To - By Chris Wantuck
On many projects, many smaller parts are just not available. This door bumper is one of them. Here's how to re-create your own. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 15

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 15

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
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

Banjo Lessons: Steering Wheel Restoration

Banjo Lessons: Steering Wheel Restoration

How To - By John Gunnell
Restoring a three-spoke "Banjo" steering wheel...sometimes it take two to make one. …keep reading

Salvaging an Ignition Rotor: When Parts Become Scarce and You Must Repair

Salvaging an Ignition Rotor: When Parts Become Scarce and You Must Repair

How To - By Chris Wantuck
As parts for collectible cars become harder to find, sometimes you have no choice but to repair what you have …keep reading

Welding Cast Iron: Repairing a Brittle Metal

Welding Cast Iron: Repairing a Brittle Metal

How To - By Chris Wantuck
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

Exclusive Powdercoat Saves Unobtanium Pistons

Exclusive Powdercoat Saves Unobtanium Pistons

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Here's a solution to getting longer life to those old, impossible to find replacement pistons (and other parts). …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 14

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 14

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Smoothing out some small dents an wrinkles proved to be not too difficult. But sanding (and more sanding) was a tedious requirement. Did I mention that I had to do a lot of sanding? …keep reading

How Car Makers got your Attention before World War II

How Car Makers got your Attention before World War II

Classic Car Literature - By Chris Ritter
When it comes to advertising, it has always been hard to stand out from the crowd. Working with the technology they had, early car manufacturers sometimes got pretty creative in getting their message to customers. …keep reading

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 22: Resto-Mod Sound Systems

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 22: Resto-Mod Sound Systems

Resto-Mods
Our final installment in our series on Resto-Mods deals with sound systems. We hope that you have found this series to be informative, instructive and inspiring. …keep reading

Making Acorn Nuts: The Pursuit of Excellence

Making Acorn Nuts: The Pursuit of Excellence

How To - By Chris Wantuck
When do we settle for just what is available from a vendor or supplier? At what length do we go in order to achieve the correct look? …keep reading

Automobile Blue Book: 1911 GPS??

Automobile Blue Book: 1911 GPS??

Classic Car Literature - By Chris Ritter
Getting around in 1911 by automobile wasn't always easy. The American Blue Book did what it could to make your travels pleasant. …keep reading

Clean and Protect Cars and Trucks Quickly with Prolong Car Care Products

Clean and Protect Cars and Trucks Quickly with Prolong Car Care Products

New Products
New line of waterless car cleaning products can be just what's needed during these times of drought and water shortages. …keep reading

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 21: Convertible Tops

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 21: Convertible Tops

Resto-Mods
Detroit built convertible top muscle cars in relatively small numbers. If you're lucky enough to have one of these, it can add difficulty and cost to your restoration. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 13

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 13

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Prepping a car for paint takes a lot of work, there's sanding, sanding, sanding and, did I mention, sanding. …keep reading

How to Use Threaded Rivets

How to Use Threaded Rivets

How To - By Chris Wantuck
It's all in the details...It's the little things that count and these little gems go along way to achieving the original look. …keep reading

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 20: Upholstery

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 20: Upholstery

Resto-Mods
A slight divergence on our path through our resto-mod series. We look at another project Camaro with a storied past for our upholstery coverage (pun intended). …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 12

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 12

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Time to tackle stripping off the old paint and adding some new... …keep reading

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 19: Wiring

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 19: Wiring

Resto-Mods
In this installment of our Resto-Mod series, we discuss wiring systems and suppliers for re-wiring your project. …keep reading

Classic Car Trailering

Classic Car Trailering

Feature Articles - By Chris Wantuck
What you want to look for before (and after) buying a trailer to carry your Classic Car. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 11

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 11

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Engines, and bearings and paint, oh my. …keep reading

Resto-Mod Restorations - Part 18: Assembly

Resto-Mods
This part of our continuing series on resto-mod restorations discusses some things to consider when planning your re-assembly process. …keep reading

Losing Your Car in Unforeseen Circumstances

Losing Your Car in Unforeseen Circumstances

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
When using the services of restoration shops there certain pitfalls you have to be aware of. Sometimes they can even cost you your car. …keep reading