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For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

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For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

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Feature Articles

Here we present classic car restoration articles that are of particular interest that do not necessarily fit into our other categories. They can range anywhere from how to set up your garage appropriately for the car restoration hobby to articles about gasoline or oil additives. All geared to the classic car restoration enthusiast.

Students redoing Toyota 4Runner for SEMA

Students redoing Toyota 4Runner for SEMA

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Freedom, Wisconsin high school is doing its part in keeping the interest in classic cars alive …keep reading

Dodge Truck Cartridge Lube Sock Filter

Dodge Truck Cartridge Lube Sock Filter

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
"Cartridge Lube Sock Filter" is not exactly a household term. But if you own a 1946-1960 Dodge Truck you know what it is. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 27

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 27

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
We tend to our trunk lid, and head liner as we begin to wind down our 1937 Buick Restoration Project …keep reading

Detailing a Barn Find Car: Before and After

Detailing a Barn Find Car: Before and After

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometime restoration isn't the best answer. Careful detailing can go a long way to making a survivor car presentable. …keep reading

Tips on Adjusting Retractable Hardtops

Tips on Adjusting Retractable Hardtops

Feature Articles - By William J. Moreland
Originally published in 1959 this article gives you some info on how to adjust these unique contraptions. …keep reading

Safety in your Car Restoration Shop

Safety in your Car Restoration Shop

Feature Articles - By Chris Wantuck
When discussing shop safety, we often only consider safety equipment. Here we want to look at the "culture" of safety …keep reading

Restoring the Looks of Your Classic Car Coil Springs

Restoring the Looks of Your Classic Car Coil Springs

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
There are right ways to do things and there are wrong ways to do things. And it isn't always clear which ways are right. …keep reading

Classic Car Quick Fix: Straightening a dented oil pan

Classic Car Quick Fix: Straightening a dented oil pan

Feature Articles
Here's a quick way to deal with a dinged-up oil pan …keep reading

Novel uses of ratchet straps in car restoration shop

Novel uses of ratchet straps in car restoration shop

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Ratchet straps are some of the handiest "tools" to have around a car restoration garage. Sometimes no other tool will do …keep reading

E-Z Chassis Kits give old trucks a 'second chance'

E-Z Chassis Kits give old trucks a 'second chance'

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Here's a quick way to mount old pickup truck bodies on a new chassis... Most of the work has been done for you. …keep reading

'Second Chance' Streamliner Sets 406.769 mph record

'Second Chance' Streamliner Sets 406.769 mph record

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Danny Thompson dusted off his father's Bonneville Salt Flats racer to break his dad's speed record …keep reading

Giving a Brake Cable the Right Look

Giving a Brake Cable the Right Look

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Success for your car restoration project oftentimes depends on attention to details. One of those details is giving your parking brake cable the right look. Here's one method for doing that. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 26

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 26

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Tightening up leaks in the engine bay, tackling the doors and finishing up on the brakes …keep reading

Auto Trimming is Becoming a Lost Art

Auto Trimming is Becoming a Lost Art

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
It takes a lot of skill, equipment and effort to install pre-cut upholstery kits. Here, we look at an alternative to do-it-yourself. …keep reading

Finishing Touches: Reassembly of Cowl Lamps

Finishing Touches: Reassembly of Cowl Lamps

Feature Articles - By Chris Wantuck
Practicing what we preach: we put the concepts of some of our previous articles together to show how they all work to make your projects more enjoyable. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 25

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 25

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Continuing with our 1937 Buick project, we finish with brakes, wiring, and, at last, firing her up. …keep reading

A Look at Seatbelt Planet's Seat Belt Re-webbing Service

A Look at Seatbelt Planet's Seat Belt Re-webbing Service

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes there are required processes in car restoration that you just can't do yourself. Fortunately, there are folks out there who can do it for you. …keep reading

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

Feature Articles
Continuing on our roadtrip, we visited Auburn, Indiana and the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum …keep reading

America's Packard Museum

America's Packard Museum

Feature Articles
On a recent Second Chance Garage roadtrip, we found ourselves going through Dayton, Ohio, and couldn't resist stopping by "America's Packard Museum." …keep reading

Protect-O-Plates Help Car Collectors Verify Facts

Protect-O-Plates Help Car Collectors Verify Facts

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
In the early to mid '60s, car manufacturers had to develop a way to keep tabs on the cars they sold for warranty purposes. These Protect-O-Plates can be a reliable source of information about your collector car. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 24

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 24

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Continuing on with the Buick, we add rear suspension and gas tank. …keep reading

Towing Home a Touring Car

Towing Home a Touring Car

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Towing a teens and twenties touring car is not like towing a 60s and 70s muscle car. Especially when all you have available is an open trailer. Here are some things to consider …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 23

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 23

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
We finalized our windshield installation and turned our attention to our drive train. …keep reading

Seeing is Believing says Fluid Dynamics Expert

Seeing is Believing says Fluid Dynamics Expert

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Something for those car restorers who are also interested in car racing: using the science of fluid dynamics to get more performance out of your car …keep reading

Restoring the Look of Wiring after Painting

Restoring the Look of Wiring after Painting

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Anyone who has restored a car knows how paint over-spray can wind up on electrical wiring after a car body is painted. Here's one way to deal with it. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 22

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 22

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Making progress on our steering, transmission and windshield (ugh)? …keep reading

A New Approach to an Old Trick: Metal Stitching

A New Approach to an Old Trick: Metal Stitching

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
It pays to be on the lookout for new or different technologies that can make our lives easier. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 21

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 21

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
After some time off, it was time to delve back into our 1937 Buick project. …keep reading

Shinier-than-Chrome Wheels Roll into Aftermarket

Shinier-than-Chrome Wheels Roll into Aftermarket

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
A relatively new process does a good job of creating a chrome-like coating on wheels and other trim. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 20

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 20

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
After a bit of a break we're getting back to our Buick project …keep reading

Tying Things Together with Tie-Down Straps

Tying Things Together with Tie-Down Straps

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
There are many uses in your garage for these handy items, besides tying things down. …keep reading

Some Classic Car Gas Tank Repairs are Risky

Some Classic Car Gas Tank Repairs are Risky

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Restoring Classic Car gas tanks can be tricky and dangerous. It's a job probably best left to the professionals …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 19

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 19

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
With spring at hand it's time to jump into rebuilding the engine. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 18

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 18

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Reassembling the rear suspension; checking our our new chrome, and evaluating our Package Shelf. …keep reading

A simple ATF leak fix cures Tempest owner's headache

A simple ATF leak fix cures Tempest owner's headache

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
With a little bit of knowledge and help from long-time hobby contacts, this leak was an easy fix. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 17

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 17

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Chris continues to clean-up, paint-up, and shine-up his 1937 Buick. …keep reading

Simple Homemade Control Knob Bezel Removal Tool

Simple Homemade Control Knob Bezel Removal Tool

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes you have no choice...only a home-made tool can do the job. …keep reading

So Just How Big IS the Car Restoration Industry?

Feature Articles
Looking through a list of car restoration vendors aroused our curiosity about the car restoration industry. …keep reading

Carburetor Math

Carburetor Math

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Here are a few things to think about when you're thinking about your carburetors. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 16

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 16

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
In this entry to our Journal, we tackle paint... of sheet metal as well as primer coats to our engine, and a little glass work on the side. …keep reading

Emotional Attachment Makes VW Restoration Worthwhile

Emotional Attachment Makes VW Restoration Worthwhile

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes an emotional attachment to a car can cause some people to spend more on a restoration than the restored car will be worth. But, hey, it's their car and their money. They know what it's worth to them. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 15

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 15

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
I can't remember ever thinking about paint as much as I have in the past 5 months. It has been constant; before I fall asleep at night, all day during work, and even one or two dreams! …keep reading

Exclusive Powdercoat Saves Unobtanium Pistons

Exclusive Powdercoat Saves Unobtanium Pistons

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Here's a solution to getting longer life to those old, impossible to find replacement pistons (and other parts). …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 14

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 14

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Smoothing out some small dents an wrinkles proved to be not too difficult. But sanding (and more sanding) was a tedious requirement. Did I mention that I had to do a lot of sanding? …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 13

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 13

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Prepping a car for paint takes a lot of work, there's sanding, sanding, sanding and, did I mention, sanding. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 12

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 12

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Time to tackle stripping off the old paint and adding some new... …keep reading

Classic Car Trailering

Classic Car Trailering

Feature Articles - By Chris Wantuck
What you want to look for before (and after) buying a trailer to carry your Classic Car. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 11

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 11

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Engines, and bearings and paint, oh my. …keep reading

Losing Your Car in Unforeseen Circumstances

Losing Your Car in Unforeseen Circumstances

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
When using the services of restoration shops there certain pitfalls you have to be aware of. Sometimes they can even cost you your car. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 10

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 10

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Cleaning up the torque tube, rear axle, rear suspension and the horns are covered in this segment of our restoration journal. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 9

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 9

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
In our continuing saga of the 1937 Buick, we look at a generator rebuild and have a look at the door innards. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 8

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 8

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
This journal entry covers a part of the restoration process where precision is definitely required. …keep reading

Beauty Under the Skin: Pontiac Chassis Clean Up

Beauty Under the Skin: Pontiac Chassis Clean Up

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
There are other options available other than a $50,000 frame-off restoration. For many collectors a more practical alternative is cleaning up, rust-proofing, and painting as much as possible. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 7

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 7

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
We pulled the engine to look things over...we've got to get this Buick to give up smoking …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 6

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 6

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Time to make sure that the gas tank is in proper condition. …keep reading

Controlling Noise and Heat in Your Classic Car

Controlling Noise and Heat in Your Classic Car

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
To make your classic car more enjoyable to ride in, you want to reduce noise and heat as much as possible. Here's some information that might help when considering automotive insulaton. …keep reading

"Pipe by Numbers" to Properly Route Brake Lines

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
We were concerned about making brake lines for the '61 Daimler SP-250 we've been restoring. Fabricating the "pipes" wasn't the problem; knowing what "pipes" to fabricate was. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 5

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 5

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
After our little mishap described in Part 4, it was time to dig in and make sure that didn't happen again. …keep reading

A Spectacular Exhibit of Art Deco Cars

A Spectacular Exhibit of Art Deco Cars

Feature Articles
Second Chance Garage decided it was time for a road trip, and what better trip to take than to Nashville, TN to see the Frist Center for the Visual Arts' exhibit of Art Deco cars, titled "Sensuous Steel: Art Deco Automobiles". …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 4

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 4

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
This Buick Journal entry discusses replacing the headliner, upholstery, and some serious unpleasantness. …keep reading

Abrasive Blasting Cabinets: Blasting Parts from the Past

Abrasive Blasting Cabinets: Blasting Parts from the Past

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
If you're going to be cleaning more than just a few parts, a blasting cabinet is a necessary tool for your garage. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 3

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 3

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
Time to make the "Old Girl" pretty again. I wanted to drive the car while doing these projects, so the first thing I decided to tackle was redoing the '37 Buick's woodgraining. …keep reading

Car Restoration Costs Broken Down

Car Restoration Costs Broken Down

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
The first question a typical restoration shop gets is "How much is it going to cost?" TLC Restorations shows how they answer it. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 2

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 2

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
We needed to go a little further before we could get our Project Buick up and running. …keep reading

Want a gem of a show car? Follow Diamond Dave's Tips

Want a gem of a show car? Follow Diamond Dave's Tips

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Dave Collard operates Diamond Dave's Detailing and he been doing car detailing for a long time. Here are some suggestions on how the do-it-yourselfer can get better results. …keep reading

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 1

1937 Buick Special Business Coupe: A Restoration Journal - Part 1

Feature Articles - By Chris Ritter
This is the first installment following the restoration of Chris Ritter's 1937 Buick Special Business Coupe. …keep reading

Electrical Connections: The Importance of Soldering

Feature Articles - By Chris Wantuck
How many times have you seen classic cars that wouldn't start, and the culprit is a bad electrical connection? Here are some thoughts as to how to prevent this from happening to you. …keep reading

Sweating the Details on a Camaro Redo

Sweating the Details on a Camaro Redo

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
The bottom line when it comes to car restoration is that it is your car and you can do with it what you want. Some people want to rebuild the car to a level of perfection never seen before, others want to modify to suit their tastes. Then there are those who want it to be exactly as it came from the factory …keep reading

Cars Built in Virginia: Dawson, Coffee, Virginian, Piedmont, Robe and Kline Kar

Cars Built in Virginia: Dawson, Coffee, Virginian, Piedmont, Robe and Kline Kar

Feature Articles
In the early, feverish days of American car development, it seemed as though every small machine shop or carriage builder had an idea or two about building a better car. Most states boasted several or more such wannabe auto manufacturers, and Virginia was no exception. …keep reading

Restoring Plastic Headlight Lenses

Restoring Plastic Headlight Lenses

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
With cars of the '80s and '90s now becoming of interest to classic car restorers, we take a look at restoring hazy plastic headlight lenses. …keep reading

1961 Chevrolet Apache Pick Up Restoration Finale

1961 Chevrolet Apache Pick Up Restoration Finale

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
Our final installment on the restoration of a 1961 Chevrolet Apache Pickup. …keep reading

Storing Your Classic Car for Winter

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
It's that time of year when we need to be thinking about storing our classic cars for winter …keep reading

Radebaugh: Illustrator of Future Cars

Radebaugh: Illustrator of Future Cars

Feature Articles
Arthur Radebaugh's interpretation of the future of automobiles put him in a league of his own. Some liken him to other futurists such as H.G.Wells, Jules Verne and Isaac Asimov …keep reading

Fixing a Pane in the Bottom

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
On our first spring ride of a 1953 Pontiac Catalina a few years ago, the car hit a bump and the door glass fell to the bottom of the door. Oops! …keep reading

1961 Chevrolet Apache Restoration: Part 2 - Box Repairs and Some History

1961 Chevrolet Apache Restoration: Part 2 - Box Repairs and Some History

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
A brief history of the Apache project along with reporting on some work to the pickup box …keep reading

Clean Shop Specialist

Clean Shop Specialist

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
We all enjoy working in our garage when everything's neat and tidy. We also know how easy it is for things to turn into messy chaos. Here's a look at how one person keeps things under control …keep reading

1961 Chevrolet Apache Pick Up Restoration

1961 Chevrolet Apache Pick Up Restoration

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
In this series of articles we'll follow the restoration of a 1961 Chevrolet Apache pickup truck. …keep reading

Is Your Collector Car Ready to Hit the Road?

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
No one wants to be stranded by the side of the road. Breakdowns not only can be expensive, but they can take a lot of the fun out of cruising in your old car. Here's something to consider before hitting the road with your classic car. …keep reading

A Story of Two Pontiacs

Feature Articles - By Bill Flitcraft
An interesting comparison of old vs. new. …keep reading

More Miles Per Gallon Per Classic Car Show

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Don't let pricey gas ruin your hobby this summer. Here are some tips to help improve the fuel economy of your classic car …keep reading

Where Did Naugahyde Come From?

Feature Articles
Naugahyde was the material of choice for automotive interiors during the 1950s and 1960s. …keep reading

Restoration made easy: Drop Kicking a Droplight

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
As useful as trouble lights can be in your garage, they can also be a pain in the neck. Here's a better solution. …keep reading

Canadian and US Tri-Five-Chevy Variations

Canadian and US Tri-Five-Chevy Variations

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
The 1955 through 1956 Chevrolets' Canadian siblings had subtle but definite differences from their US counterparts. …keep reading

Menuboard Tool Caddy

Feature Articles
It's simple, easy and handy... …keep reading

Classic Car Transport

Feature Articles - By Satch Reed
Here are some things to consider when choosing an auto transport company to move your classic car …keep reading

Automotive History: Some Trend Setters Everyone Should Know About

Feature Articles
Over the years there have been exceptional standouts in the world of automotive manufacture. These have had profound impacts on our lives …keep reading

MG as First Car is Hobbyist's Cup of Tea

MG as First Car is Hobbyist's Cup of Tea

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Although not for everyone, the early '50s MG's are pretty nifty cars. …keep reading

Interior Redo Helps Camaro Owner's Dream Come True

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes a little vinyl, carpeting, plastic and metal can make a person's dream come true. In this case the car was especially special. …keep reading

Rubber Car Parts: Not Glamorous but Important

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Steele Rubber's Matt Agosta offers some pointers on working with automotive rubber products. …keep reading

Sportscar Sparkplug Specializes in Spiffy Sparkers

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Jeff Schlemmer of Shakopee, MN has been restoring vintage contact point distributors for nearly 15 years. His company, Advanced Distributors, rebuilds about 1,500 of these units per year. …keep reading

Tires: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Feature Articles - By Tom Benford
Without a doubt, tires are the most crucial component of any vehicle: They make you go, the make you stop, and they allow your car to take you in the direction you want to go. …keep reading

Lost Art of Metal Fabrication Gets Rediscovered

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Metal Fabbing today is full of contrasts between medieval metalworking skills and modern tools. This overview shows what various metal fabbing shops across the country are doing. …keep reading

Classic Car Keys

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Sometimes the smallest things can cause the largest hassle. Classic car keys could be one of those smallest things. …keep reading

Jacks Are Wild

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Taking your classic car restoration project to new heights can be an uplifting experience. (Ok, so that's a little corny.) …keep reading

The Magical Muncie 4-Speed Transmission

The Magical Muncie 4-Speed Transmission

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
The Muncie 4-speed manual transmission came in many GM models of the 1960s and 1970s. …keep reading

PHS Interviews - Cars In Barns Owner Steve Jackson

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
Cars In Barns website offers some great photos of every car lover's worst nightmare: rare or desirable classic cars slowly rusting away and for a variety of reasons the owners just won't sell. …keep reading

First in Filtration: From Canister Oil Filters to Spin-Ons

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Amazing as it seems, many car manufacturers only offered optional oil filtration until well into the 1960s. Here's a history of a company whose slogan was "First in the Field of Filtering." …keep reading

Finding Good Engines: A Hunter's Guide

Feature Articles - By Patrick Smith
It used to be easy to get a good engine for rebuilding a street machine. All you had to do was go to your local wrecker...Not so anymore. …keep reading

Engine Rebuild is Important Part of Classic Car Restoration

Feature Articles - By John Gunnell
Even if you're not rebuilding your engine yourself, there are lots of things that you can do to keep your costs under control. …keep reading

Lalique Automotive Mascots

Lalique Automotive Mascots

Feature Articles - By Tom Benford
In the Golden Age of Motoring, the well-to-do owners of automobiles such as Delage, Bugatti, Rolls Royce and others wanted to set their cars apart from every other rich person's car. Lalique hood ornaments filled the bill. …keep reading