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For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

Second Chance Garage


Second Chance Garage

For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

Second Chance Garage

Second Chance Garage

For the Classic Car Restoration Enthusiast

Second Chance Garage

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Rebuilding/Restoring Chrome Wire Wheels

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In the 1950s, 60s and 70s, chrome wire wheels were the choice of thousands of owners who were looking for the right dress-up for their cars. This article describes how to bring these goodies back to their original condition …keep reading

Auto Upholstery How-To: One Scenario

Auto Upholstery How-To: One Scenario

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No two upholstery jobs are the same, so this is just one of the many we'll deal with in upcoming issues. Over 40 photos will help explain the procedures we used on our TR6 seats …keep reading

How To Make Your Own Buffing Wheel

How To Make Your Own Buffing Wheel

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Our Restorations-on-a-Budget plan helps you set up shop without breaking the bank. Read how to set up a first-class buffer on the cheap …keep reading

The Right Way to Use a Buffing Wheel

The Right Way to Use a Buffing Wheel

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Patience and getting the feel for your equipment are vital to getting that trim work to shine like new. This article tells you how to get the results you're looking for …keep reading

Powder Coating: Easy & Effective

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You can get fantastic results with this simple, easy-to-use coating system. Great for those under-the-hood small parts Latest: no Add Edit Delete Main Menu Log Out …keep reading