The Classic Car Features We Miss the Most

The Classic Car Features We Miss the Most Heated seats. Entertainment systems. Back-up Cameras. Twice as many cup holders than people a vehicle was designed to accommodate… Today’s auto features are all about making the drive more comfortable. When you’re in the middle of a 10-hour road trip, these...

The Best Classic Cars of All Time

Take a drive today and you’re bound to be surrounded by minivans and SUVs carrying soccer moms and their crews back and forth from event to event, or green vehicles transporting eco-conscious travelers to their next activist meeting. It’s enough to make any classic car enthusiast pine for days when...

How to Store Your Classic Car for Winter

For car enthusiasts living in the snowy regions, there comes a time each year when we have to store away our beautiful classic cars. To help you keep your classic automobile in perfect shape this winter, we put together a classic car storage checklist. Follow these steps to ensure your baby is safely stored...

1970 Dodge Charger Bench Seat Installation

Are you restoring a classic Chrysler? Below are proper bench seat installation techniques for the following Chrysler products. 67-69 Dart 67-69 Valiant 70 Plymouth Duster (non center armrest) 69 Plymouth Barracuda (non center armrest)   66-70 Plymouth Belvedere 66-70 Plymouth Satellite 68-70...

Fast Facts According To Ridley- 1964 Pontiac GTO/LeMans Black Interior

1964 Pontiac GTO/LeMans Black Interior   Did you know that the 1964 GTO/Lemans Black Interiors were the only GM A-Body platform models that used (2) different grain textures on the interior???   It’s true.  All Buick, Oldsmobile and Chevrolet A-Body platform models (this includes: Skylark, Cutlass/442,...

Tech Tips With Ron The Interior Guy- Carpets

Street Rodders Unite today to discuss how to’s on installing carpet in your street rod. Most carpets today come in 2 piece sections. The front half and the back half.The seam or binding that separates the two pcs runs side to side just under the front seats. The first step is to completely remove the old...

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