Many of us suffer untold discomforts for our art. How often do you think 'Well, it's bound to be cold/drafty/noisy, it's an old car'? But in many cases there is no need to endure such hardships.
With winter upon us, heating and defogging become vitally important. If your classic has a heater, make sure it's working efficiently. Does the heater core get really hot? If not, try flushing the cooling system and, if this fails, replace the heater core. If it still doesn't get hot, it's time to get the water passages in the cylinder block rodded out. For many popular classics an upgraded heater core are available, as are upgraded heater motors and fans
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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