Car Restoration Tips
These tiny tidbits can go a long way to making your classic car restoration hobby more enjoyable.
Car Restoration Tip 44 — An Easy Way to Store Your Sand Paper
Here's a quick way to keep your sand paper tidy.…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 43 - Keeping Those Parts in Order
How to eliminate the frustration experienced when re-assembling an assembly…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 42 - Thread Tapping the Right Way
Sometimes fasteners can be difficult to turn in newly tapped threads. Here's a quick remedy.…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 41: Common Sense Approach to Shop Fire Safety
When it comes to fire extinguishers in your car restoration shop, applying some simple, common sense practices can make a big difference.…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 40 - Storing Small Parts for Your Classic Car Project
Plastic bags can be good for storing small parts, but…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 38 - Darn Those Metal Shavings!
Metal shavings and magnets can present a problem…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 36 - Two Problems Solved with One Addition
Collectible or classic cars can sit for weeks or months between drives. This can mean lots of cranking before the gas gets to the carburetor. And mechanical fuel pumps can be unreliable…keep reading
Car Restoration Tip 35 - Don't Scratch Those Fenders!
We have the same problem as everyone else does: Trying not to scratch the fender while leaning over the engine bay…keep reading