The HydraMat forgoes the necessity of a custom reservoir in the tank because it will be able to pick up even the lowest fuel level remaining in the tank.
We learn how using a fan that is too big can damage a radiator, and exactly how electric fans and radiators should fit together in your engine.
We’ve all driven an old Chevy that has crummy brakes and sketchy handling, but these days a fix is only a bit of cash and few handtools away.
We’re connecting the parking brake cables from our Wilwood disc brakes so they can be actuated by the factory parking brake lever for our 1960 Corvette project car.
Instrument panels are among the more befuddling components of the average classic Mustang. However, there’s really nothing to your Mustang’s instrumentation or lighting.
Back in the ’70s, most gearheads took pride in the appearance of the rear undercarriage of their muscle cars. Because many were jacked up in the rear, the goal was a clean, cool look for those following you.
Step by step process on how to smooth out a firewall on a 1969 Dodge Charger.
It wasn’t all that long ago that replacement sheetmetal for your classic Mopar was pretty limited but companies like Auto Metal Direct have stepped up in a big way to provide an ever-increasing number of the parts you need to complete the car of your dreams.
An unpainted fiberglass bumper is the automotive equivalent of having lettuce in your teeth. Consider this the toothpick.
Cheap(er) gasoline, yep, it is a reality and the lower cost is certainly comforting after crude oil prices sat at record highs for many years.