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Engine Rebuilding - Stuff You Need To Know

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Now you know how it works, so how do you put it together? …keep reading

How to Trace the History of Your Car

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Sometimes the magic works and sometimes not, but there are ways of doing it …keep reading

We Almost Had to Shoot This Horse

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What initially seemed to be a simple fix turned out to be somewhat of a troubleshooting nightmare …keep reading

T-Bird Car Restoration Project - Part 3

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After stripping out all the parts it was time to get the body off the frame. Limited space was a consideration, and we came up with a solution …keep reading

Selecting the Right Welder for Car Restoration Projects

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Everything on a car eventually needs to be assembled, including body and frame panels. That's where welding comes in. Here's some thoughts to consider before laying your cash on the line …keep reading

SCG Gas Pump - Part 3

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We've wrapped up our gas pump project and are pleased with the results …keep reading

How Do You Know Something Was Rebuilt Properly?

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The advertisement says that the engine you're interested in has been rebuilt. This article tells you what to look for when buying a "pig-in-a-poke" …keep reading

The Gas Pump Stages a Comeback - Part 2

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Ahah! You thought we couldn't save this old relic, but we're actually making progress …keep reading

Basket Case: A Case History

Basket Case: A Case History

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Be sure that you know exactly what you are getting into before taking on one of these projects...even then, they have a way of surprising you! …keep reading

The Nuts and Bolts About Nuts and Bolts

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Just about everything on your car is held together with "nuts and bolts". This article tells you about these "simple fasteners." Includes charts showing torque specifications …keep reading

Getting Our Cars Out of Hybernation

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Most classic cars housed east of the Rockies get little or no use from November through March. Getting them ready for the road is a bit more complicated than turning the key …keep reading

SCG Gets an Old Gas Pump - Part 1

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And Now, For Something Completely Different …keep reading

Muscle Car Classics of the '80s--Get 'em Before They're Hot!

Feature Articles - By Eric Peters
Eric Peters - automotive writer and Autos Columnist for America Online, Netscape and CompuServe - offers his insight into coming trends for the auto restoration hobby …keep reading

Troubleshooting Nightmare - Continued

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Our rough-running Mustang revisited …keep reading

Oil, Your Car, and Your Wallet, or Why I Don't Buy Aftermarket Additives!

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Knowing a little about oil can go a long way to helping you decide where to put your hard-earned cash …keep reading

Vehicle Condition and Relative Value Guide

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When looking for a vehicle for your car restoration project, this guide will help you define a particular vehicle's condition in such a way that you can obtain agreement from the seller …keep reading

Car Restoration and Collecting: How Do I Get Started?

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The world if full of old cars thar are gathering dust and gradually rusting away toward oblivion. The world is also full of people like yourselves, who are looking for some automotive treasure that they can restore to like-new condition …keep reading

Car Restoration Shop Safety

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Nothing is more important than safety while working on your car restoration project. Injuries are not only painful, but can put projects on indefinite "hold." Here are some guidelines to keep your car restoration project safe …keep reading

Rust Repair - Approach No. 10

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No, we haven't actually done 9 previous rust articles, but we wanted you to know this technique is just one of many, many ways to attack the enemy of car bodies …keep reading

Tires and Your Car: Stuff You Should Know

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Without doubt, the most important and by far the most ignored safety component of any vehicle is its tires. Four contact patches, the surface areas where the tires are in contact with the pavement and comprising about 25 square inches, are the only things controlling how well the car handles, stops and accelerates. And that's a lot to ask of our tires …keep reading

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