Restoring a 1987 Buick Park Avenue
The 1987 Buick Park Avenue Had Reached a Crossroads In Its Automotive Life. Should It Be Coaxed Along for a Short Time or Prepped for Another 150,000-Mile Run.
Travel the USA and Canada in your vintage vehicle
This Couple Has Traveled Thousands of Miles In Their 1960s MGAs and Offer Tips to Help Others Take Part In the Fun of Vintage Traveling.
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
It’s More Than an Oil Change, Pt. 2
You’ll Be Spending Time Under the Vehicle and Under the Hood, So Why Not Check Your Belts, Hoses, Fluids...
Installing the Wiring and Steering Systems
It’s Time to Begin Routing the Wiring Harness on Project ’46 Then We’ll Cut and Install the Car’s Steering Shaft
1952 Nash Rambler
This Convertible Gave Drivers the Chance to Downsize In Style, ...Which Sounds Like Something From a Current Ad
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
Milt’s Tune-Up Advice
This Car Smoked, Had Poor Gas Mileage and Was Sluggish. A Valve Adjustment Helped, But It Needed More...