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How To Change Your Oil
Change it regularly and you'll likely be rewarded with an engine that is smooth running and long lasting. We know of a great example of such dedicated maintenance: an original owner of a 1970 Buick Wildcat convertible has logged over 500,000 miles on the car without a major engine rebuild.
How to Lay Out Flames
In recent years, flame creativity has really taken off. All types of colors, paints, sizes, and designs have been showing up. There are realistic flames, tribal flames, ripped flames, candy flames, metal flake flames, primered flames, pinstriped flames, and combinations of flames and scallops
How To Match Your Factory Paint
To help those thinking about painting a classic, we talked to a man who bravely navigates this crucible every day: Melvin Benzaquen from Classic Restorations in Pine Island, NY. Mel had some excellent advice, so follow along and learn all the right moves.
There are over 250 versions of the T-5, with a seemingly endless variety of gear ratios, shifter locations, speedometer fittings and strength requirements. Here we will show you one of the most common T-5 conversions for street rods. It all comes down to a matter of class – World Class, to be exact.
Curing Rough Idle
Make Your "Five-Oh" Go Faster and Smoother. The purpose of this article is to highlight some of these common problems and how to fix them, so your mighty "Five-Oh" runs just as good, if not better than it did during the Reagan/Bush Sr. years.
Fox Body Mustang Interior Refresh
A weekend's investment in time can totally transform your classic Fox body's cabin. You'll need patience, attention to detail, but if you approach the project with enthusiasm, you'll likely find it's not as challenging as you anticipated.
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