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Second Chance Garage

For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

Second Chance Garage

Second Chance Garage

For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

Second Chance Garage

Second Chance Garage Classic Car Article Index, Cont'd.

  1. 1951 Hudson Hornet
  2. Dr. Crankshaft and the Skipping Chain
  3. Install That Compressor Right
  4. Steering Wheel Removal
  5. 1952 Ford F1 Truck Restoration Part 2 - Jumping In
  6. Don't Be Afraid to Change Those Plug Wires
  7. T-Bird Car Restoration Project - Part 3
  8. Shock Absorbers
  9. SCG Road, er, Bench Tests Eastwood's Metal Blackener
  10. 1967 Austin Healey 3000
  11. Dabney Puts Up Resistance
  12. Calculating Compression Ratios
  13. The Chrysler Turbine Car
  14. How to Clean Battery Terminals
  15. There Are Days When It Just Doesn't Pay to Get Out of Bed
  16. Camshaft Theory
  17. Ford Truck Project Part 1 - Assessing The Scope
  18. Wheels and Hubs
  19. T-Bird Car Restoration Project - Part 2
  20. Putting Spark Back in those Antique Spark Plugs with Thermal Heating
  21. Nash Metropolitan - Before Its Time
  22. Upholstery How-To: A Complete Interior: Part 2
  23. Dabney's Smoking Engine
  24. Trace That Shape Accurately
  25. Dabney Puts A Brake on a Project
  26. Starter Restoration
  27. Selecting the Right Welder for Car Restoration Projects
  28. Cutting Safety Glass: I Can See Clearly Now
  29. How to Drill
  30. Engine Theory: A First Look
  31. 1956-1958 Dual Ghia
  32. Air Conditioning
  33. The Case of the Hungry Buick
  34. Aston Martin DB4
  35. SCG Gas Pump - Part 3
  36. How to Solder
  37. Upholstery How-To: A Complete Interior - Part 1
  38. 1955 Thunderbird Car Restoration Project - Part 1
  39. Steering Column Rebuild
  40. Metal Cutting 101: Choosing Tin Snips
  41. Suspension & Steering: How It Works
  42. Datson 240Z
  43. $80 Car Lift
  44. How Do You Know Something Was Rebuilt Properly?
  45. There Are Sealants...And There Are Sealants
  46. Dabney's Smokin' Cougar
  47. The Gas Pump Stages a Comeback - Part 2
  48. 1932 Bugatti Royale
  49. How to Mix and Spread Body Filler
  50. Replacing Burned-Out Headlights
  51. Upholstery 101: Part 2 - Re-Covering Seats
  52. Basket Case: A Case History
  53. The Nuts and Bolts About Nuts and Bolts
  54. The Pesky Pilot Bearing
  55. 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
  56. Upholstery 101: Part 1 - Seat Rebuilding
  57. Getting Our Cars Out of Hybernation
  58. Postive Crankcase Ventilation
  59. SCG Gets an Old Gas Pump - Part 1
  60. Dabney Gets Tanked
  61. Sharpening & Re-Shaping a Screwdriver
  62. Muscle Car Classics of the '80s--Get 'em Before They're Hot!
  63. Paint Like a Pro with Spray Cans
  64. Where to Get Those Parts
  65. 1966 Griffith
  66. Small Parts Spray Booth
  67. Restoring Vintage License Plates
  68. Dr. Crankshaft and the Chirping DeSoto
  69. Automatic Transmissions - Part 2
  70. How to Replace Spark Plugs
  71. How to Read and Interpret a Voltmeter
  72. Troubleshooting Nightmare - Continued
  73. The Famous Duesenberg SSJ
  74. How To Rebuild a Water Pump
  75. So How Did the British Settle On British Racing Green Byline:
  76. Automatic Transmissions Part 1 - The Torque Converter
  77. Tire Removal
  78. Rebuilding/Restoring Chrome Wire Wheels
  79. Oil, Your Car, and Your Wallet, or Why I Don't Buy Aftermarket Additives!
  80. 1959 El Camino
  81. Vehicle Condition and Relative Value Guide
  82. Car Restoration and Collecting: How Do I Get Started?
  83. Car Restoration Shop Safety
  84. Auto Upholstery How-To: One Scenario
  85. The Case of the Leaky Tires
  86. Mr. Clean Carwash & Auto Dry
  87. Rust Repair - Approach No. 10
  88. 1956 Continental Mark II
  89. How To Make Your Own Buffing Wheel
  90. The Right Way to Use a Buffing Wheel
  91. Powder Coating: Easy & Effective
  92. Tires and Your Car: Stuff You Should Know
  93. 1958 DeSoto: Fins and All
  94. Sh-Sh-Sh-Shaky Driveshaft

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