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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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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 …

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.

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.

What to Do When Your Car Stops Running

To run, a car only needs fuel and spark–although that spark has to occur at roughly the right time.

How to Easily Fit a Modern Battery in a Classic Car

How to properly adapt a modern battery to your favorite classic car.

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.

How To Run LED Headlights and Taillights on Your Classic

DIY: Upgrading your classic to run LED lights can be easy.

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