With Beginner's Corner we teach very basic skills of car restoration to those who've never attempted to work on cars. Every one of us, regardless of how skilled we may be now, started out knowing nothing. We had no tools, no knowledge of car restoration and no expertise, just a willingness to try...
Maintenance Made Easy: Replacing Wheel Bearings
Back in 1932, Chevrolet recommended "front wheel lubrication" every 2,000 miles. Fortunately, the technology has improved, but wheel bearings still cannot be ignored.…keep reading
Punching Out Your Headlights
On the surface, this seems a bit basic, but if you intend to keep and restore all the parts to your headlight assembly, you need to probe a bit rather than just ripping off the pieces…keep reading
10-Minute Turn Signal Tidy Up Can Save You a Ticket
Clean, rust-free electrical contacts are critical requirements when it comes to the electrical system of a classic car. When corrosion builds up on a turn signal socket, it can cause burned out bulbs, blown fuses and electrical shorts...not to mention a traffic ticket…keep reading
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