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Picking Period Correct Accessories for Your Classic

Period correct doesn't mean it can't be customized. Here is a list of accessories that will spruce up your classic without running those old-school looks.

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How to Plan a Perfect Restoration—and What to Do When Things Go Horribly Wrong

A properly restored classic can provide years of enjoyment with regular maintenance. If mistakes are made during the restoration process, our tips will help you make the best of a …

Column: Why Are Unrestored Cars Often Worth More Than Restored Ones?

Yes, “it’s only original once” and “people are tired of overrestored cars,” but come on, the "barn find" trend has gone far enough.

Berkeley
Glasswork: Fiberglass Bodywork Tips

Repairing and Restoring Fiberglass Sports Cars.

This Cobra Was Found in a Bubble, Not a Barn

Nowadays, Cobras are more often found in a barn. For this Shelby Cobra CSX 2384, however, spent its hibernation in a bubble.

The Proper Way to Upgrade Your British Classic to a Modern Alternator

Most alternator conversions are bad news, but here's the proper approach to making your swap the exception.

Door Skin Replacement Made Easy

It may sound difficult, but replacing a door skin can be relatively easy if you have a few basic tools and a bit of instruction.

An Easy Fix To Keep Side-Draft Carbs From Losing Their Prime

Here is an easy and inexpensive fix to ensure your side-draft carbs still plenty of fuel in them, even if your car has been sitting.

Ford , Mercedes-Benz , MG , Sunbeam
9 Common Restoration Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

We share our top restoration mistakes and show you how to avoid them while working on your next classic car restoration.

The Restoration Game: When to Say When

It's a fine line between going too far or not doing enough.

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