Brent Ackley and George Vondriska walk you step-by-step through the process of installing a headliner in a 1956 Chevrolet 150, demonstrating each of the essential classic car maintenance tips and techniques that you’ll utilize. Brent lays out the equipment and tools that you need and highlights the important parts that you should pay particular attention
Mark Simpson demonstrates how adding and properly maintaining an at-home media blasting cabinet can dramatically improve the quality of your restorations. He shows exactly what steps you need to know to: maintain the consumable parts, selecting blasting media, safety considerations, preparing parts for blasting and how to protect the parts you don’t want blasted.
Brent Ackley and George Vondriska teach you how to install weather stripping into a 1956 Chevrolet 150. They walk you step by step through the entire process, demonstrating each of the essential classic car maintenance tips and techniques you’ll utilize, including pulling and/or tapping the plugs into place and using weather strip adhesive to keep
Using basic hammer forming techniques, Mark Simpson transforms two flat pieces of aluminum into a custom air cleaner. Using this process virtually any sheet metal part can be recreated from patch panels to custom center consoles, their simply are no limits.
In this video, Craig Hopkins shares with us working on auto body patch panels. He shows removing a small damaged area on a door. He is removing the damaged area because it will cause an issue down the if you do not remove the rusted area. Take the time and do it right to avoid
Converting the coating on your bright zinc plated nuts and bolts to a yellow caddium or black oxide look is a lot easier with some great products available from Caswell Inc..
The time has come to weld the patch to the body of the car. Watch as Craig Hopkins welds the body patch panel just behind the driver’s door on this old Chevy. See some of the tricks and techniques Craig uses as he puts the patch panel set in place. Craig makes sure to give
Cars of the 30s through the 50s notoriously had issues sealing out the elements once their seals began to degrade. Installing new weather seals will keep the rain and dust out for years to come and can be accomplished in a few short hours in the garage.
Craig Hopkins throws the 1967 Chevy Chevelle up on a lift and uses a set of rocker bars to remove the body from the chassis. He stresses the importance of checking underneath the body as you’re lifting it off the chassis for any caught brake lines or other impediments.
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