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Eight Tips for Staying Out of Your Own Way While Assembling a Car

Whether you are working on a priceless Ferrari or commonplace Beetle, here are eight tips to ensure correct reassembly.

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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.

Austin-Healey , Jaguar
Jaguar-Swapped Austin-Healey Sprite

Nestled cozily in this Sprite's engine bay, is a big Jaguar’s 3.8L heart.

Shop Secrets: 80 Tips for Success

80 Clever Tips for Streamlining Your Workspace

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.

Springtime Storage Removal Checklist

Since we all may be stuck at home for a little bit longer this springtime, why not spend that extra time in the garage waking our sports car from their ...

MG , Triumph
Fortify Your 1500: Improving 1500 Spitfire and Midget Engines

Factory Triumph Spitfire 1500 and MG Midgets can be improved with some simple upgrades and a pair of SU carburetors, here's how we did it.

Triumph
Adding Wire Wheels to Your British Classic

Adding beautiful wire wheels can be a simple bolt-on job

Air Scoops for Vintage Race Cars

Today, scoops are often a design trick used to imply speed and performance. Originally, scoops had a simple purpose: to help get air in or out of the car.

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.

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