Rebuilding SU Carburetors, Pt. 2
We’ll Start By Adding Some Shine to Our Decidedly Dull Units. Then We’ll Reassemble Our Carburetor Project.
Finding parts for auto restoration
Simple Components Like Nuts & Bolts Are In Any Auto Parts Store... Well, Not Always. Yet Another Reason to Research a Vehicle Before You Buy. And Then There’s the Fastener Safety Factor to Consider As Well.
My Family’s 1974 Ford F-100
When He First Drove the Truck It Had Six Miles...Now It’s Approaching a Half-Million. He’s Restored It, Swapped the Engine Twice and Taken It On Numerous Road Trips. Which Photo Do You Suppose Comes First In His Wallet...the F-100 or His Wife?
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.
A Showcase for American Vintage Iron... IN NEW ZEALAND
We Aren’t the Only Ones Attracted to Our Vehicles From Decades Past. Need Proof? Then Consider This Annual Gathering That Draws More Than 1000 Cars & Trucks.
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.
It’s More Than an Oil Change, Pt. 1
Draining and Filling a Crankcase Not Only Benefits the Engine, It’s Also Time to Check Out Other Components
1966 Plymouth Fury Sport
He Accepted the Mopar as a Means of Settling a Debt ...Now, He’s Become A Vintage Car Enthusiast
A New Breed of Muscle Cars
Part Vintage Mopar, Part Modern Muscle... XV Takes Modification to a New Level
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...
Milt’s Tune-Up Advice
This Car Smoked, Had Poor Gas Mileage and Was Sluggish. A Valve Adjustment Helped, But It Needed More...