Restoring a 1976 Triumph Spitfire Part 1
As He Was Finishing One Triumph, Another Became Available. The Second Car Had Differences That Attracted Him. And So...
1934 Ford Pickup
When a Truck Looks This Good and Runs as Good as It Looks, What Do You Do With It? That’s Simple...You Go For a Drive Every Chance You Get.
1940 Dodge VC-5
If You’re Looking for a Rare Military Vehicle, This Open-Cab Dodge Could Be a Candidate. But First Consider Some of the Special Challenges That Come With It.
Restoring Mom's Car
We’re Going to Work With the Car’s Struts and Tie Rods. Fortunately, There Are Some Inexpensive Tools to Help With These Tasks.
A Rolling Oakland Restoration
A Drive for Charity With This Century- Old Car Drew Enthusiasts From Around Wisconsin. Many Wanted to See the Oakland...and Others Worked On It Along the Way.
Picking Parts & Starting to Spray
We’re Selecting the Fuel Injection, Wiring & Glass for Project ’46 Then We’ll Make Plans for a Multi-Colored Exterior
Think Like a Detailing Pro
re You a Department Store Detailer or Rate As a Semi-Pro? Either Way, You’ll Do Better With These Tips
Applying the Final Clear Coats
This Month We’ll “Bury” Some Graphics Paint Lines With Clear. Then We’ll Smooth the Finish on Project ‘46.
Gas Crunch Cruisers, Pt. 3
There are Hundreds of Imports That Are Easy On Gas, Here Are 10 to Consider In These $3-a-Gallon Days
The Art of Painting Cars
Most Painters Reach for a Spray Gun and Coat the Metal, This Man Works with Acrylics & Masonite
To Protect and Preserve, Pt. 1
A Team of Restorers Recently Took On an Arresting Project— Rehabilitate a Police Truck for a New Museum
The Buildup Continues on Project 46
It’s Time to Finish the Paint and Graphics Work on Project ’46. Then We’ll Add Some Insulation, Panels and Glass
To Protect and Preserve, Pt. 2
The Restoration of the Police Truck Hits a Sheet Metal Snag, And the Museum Crew Is Facing a Deadline...