This Time We’ll Remove Several Casting Plugs, Including One that Puts Up a Fight, We’ll Develop an Easier Way to Move the Project Vehicle, and We’ll Rinse Out the Engine Block.
So, Are They Tractors or Cars? Well, They’re Both and Neither. But In Their Day, They Served a Very Important Purpose.
This Time, We’ll Use Penetrating Oil—and Heat—to Remove Some Manifold Studs, Lift the Engine to Remove Its Mounts and Install Some Casting Plugs.
This Time, We’ll Remove and Replace the Oil Pan and Pump, and Install the Engine Mounts. Hey, What’s Wrong With the Bolt Holes On This Mount...
This Truck “Missed” at Idle and Pinged With Light Acceleration After Numerous Checks, the Fix Was Minor
It’s Time to Begin Routing the Wiring Harness on Project ’46 Then We’ll Cut and Install the Car’s Steering Shaft
This Convertible Gave Drivers the Chance to Downsize In Style, ...Which Sounds Like Something From a Current Ad
The Restoration of the Police Truck Hits a Sheet Metal Snag, And the Museum Crew Is Facing a Deadline...
This Car Smoked, Had Poor Gas Mileage and Was Sluggish. A Valve Adjustment Helped, But It Needed More...