Car Restoration Tips
These tiny tidbits can go a long way to making your classic car restoration hobby more enjoyable.
Car Restoration Tip 34 - Reassembly: Keep from Nicking Those Newly Painted Car Doors
Reassembly of a restoration project always involves patience and attention to detail. One of the most difficult tasks is replacing car doors without scratching the new paint…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 31 - Don't Just Pull That Tape!
Help in getting that tape off freshly painted surfaces…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 30 - Welding Safety Is No Accident
When welding there are many things that cannot be overlooked. This is one of them…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 29 - Don't Stray Far from the Soap
Wet-sanding can be tedius, but it is of the utmost importance. Here's a tip that can make this job easier…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 28 - Flatten Metal the Right Way
Every once in a while it's necessary to flatten a thin piece of metal. Here's a tip that might help with this difficult process…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 27 - Ever Punched a Hole in Your Shot Bag?
Anybody who owns and uses a shot bag for bending metal has done this at one time or other…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 26 - Is That Old Car Too Noisy?
Wonder why new cars are so quiet? Maybe there's a way to add some of this quiet to your restoration…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 25 - Don't Struggle with That Hose!
Sometimes putting on a new radiator hose can be a monumental task. Stretching and pushing the hose end over a water pump bib or radiator outlet can take all the energy you can muster…keep reading