Plans sometimes have a way of snowballing, especially when it comes to building a car. Just about every gearhead has a story about how “it started out as a brake … Continue Reading Red Dirt Hot Rod – Supercharged 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
Zinc oil additive will help keep your classic car running long and strong. Here’s how.
Protruding from the floor is the Hurst shifter; long and lean in all its chrome glory. As the factory-installed Sun brand tachometer calls out the engine speed from its perch … Continue Reading Rambler Scrambler – All About The 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler!
Summer is here — and so is car show season! Here’s how to prep your classic for the spotlight, as well as where to go to enjoy a show this season.
Not since the 707-horsepower 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat broke cover have we seen anything like this super-powered sport coupe. Neither the Ford Mustang nor the Chevrolet Camaro has matched the Hellcat’s performance…
Work has been slow but steady on our 1930 Ford Model A coupe project. Our first order of business was to remove the body from the chassis. While the body … Continue Reading Know How Then & Now: 1930 Model A Project – Part 2
Whether you’re a car enthusiast, a car culture snob or a newbie to the scene, the domain of car owners is anything but dull.
Most modern cars are built as a single shell, where the body is also the frame. This is called “unibody”. Older vehicles, typically 1996 and older, and almost all years of … Continue Reading Know How Notes: What Are Body Mount Bushings?
It is amazing how far automotive technology has advanced in the last century. The cars and trucks that travel our roadways have features that would have been straight out of science fiction … Continue Reading Know How Then & Now: 1930 Model A Project – Part 1
Owning a classic car is not without its frustrations. Dealing with breakdowns, finding parts, even parking can be a chore. One particular source of frustration for the classic car owner … Continue Reading Is Your Classic Fully Insured? Collector Car Insurance 101 – NAPA Know How