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How to pack an effective quick detail kit

What detailing supplies should you always have on hand both at home or on the road? Here's what detailing pro Tim McNair of Grand Prix Concours recommends.

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Easy Ways to Improve the Safety of Your Classic

Sure, newer cars have more advanced safety technology built in, but that doesn't mean your classic is inherently unsafe.

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.

Are your tires too old to be safe?

Even if they don’t wear out from use, our tires are aging out due to the simple fact that the components used in their manufacture doesn’t last forever.

DIY convertible top repair

We share a convertible top repair that’s a cinch with easily procured supplies and instructions from the crafts people at Automotive Restorations Inc.

10 speed secrets for the rest of us

Expert Carl Heideman shares his 10 vintage racing secrets for success on your average race weekend in performance.

How to Make an MGB Three Seconds Quicker in Six Steps

Can we make an MGB outrun today’s average minivan without spending more than two grand?

A Cooling System Is Only as Good as Its Weakest Link

Hands up if you've never been sidelined by an overheating engine. Crickets, that’s what we thought.

How to Easily Restore Classic Car Bucket Seats

Want a more comfortable interior without going to modern seats? Rejuvenate your stock buckets for only a few bucks.

The Bamboo Skewer Is an Effective, Inexpensive Detailing Secret

Tim McNair from GP Concours has detailed hundreds of the finest cars on the planet. His secret weapon? The humble bamboo skewer.

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