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No one’s perfect, but we can do our best to strive to get the closest we can get to perfec…

Back in the late 1940’s-1960’s it was pretty easy to distinguish if a hot rod in a magazin…

To me building a hot rod or custom car is all about building with what you’ve got, using s…

Since guys have been customizing cars, shaving the door handles has been one of the most c…

10 Tricks to remove that Stuck, Seized, or Stripped Bolt/Nut
One of the biggest frustrations when disassembling a vehicle for restoration, or even re...
Buyers Guide: When to Use Rust Encapsulator VS. Rust Converter
Our tech team answers a lot of technical calls and emails each day and there are a lot of ...
Plasti Dip® FAQ’s – Frequently Asked Questions About Dipping Cars
Plasti Dip® is a flexible, rubber coating that was originally used for dipping tool handle...
How to Paint Your Car- The Basic Steps and Methods Uncovered
Painting a car is one of the most misunderstood parts of our hobby. It can be a daunting p...
How to repair a damaged Aluminum Alloy Wheel
In this part of the country (Mid-Atlantic) cars, wheels especially take a beating during t...
How to Channel A Ford Model A
Back in the late 1940's-1960's it was pretty easy to distinguish if a hot rod in a magazin...
Ditch Those Leaky Header Joints
After you've been building and modifying cars for a while there's some things that you bec...
Removing Rusty Floor Pans (Hands On Cars E.03)
Episode Summary: Using a rotisserie, an Eastwood MIG 175 welder, replacement stampings fr...
How to repair a damaged Aluminum Alloy Wheel
In this part of the country (Mid-Atlantic) cars, wheels especially take a beating during t...
Ditch Those Leaky Header Joints
After you've been building and modifying cars for a while there's some things that you bec...
Removing Rusty Floor Pans (Hands On Cars E.03)
Episode Summary: Using a rotisserie, an Eastwood MIG 175 welder, replacement stampings fr...
TIG Welding FAQ
TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas. Unlike MIG or ARC welding, TIG uses an electrode separa...
How to repair a damaged Aluminum Alloy Wheel
In this part of the country (Mid-Atlantic) cars, wheels especially take a beating during t...
Ditch Those Leaky Header Joints
After you've been building and modifying cars for a while there's some things that you bec...
Removing Rusty Floor Pans (Hands On Cars E.03)
Episode Summary: Using a rotisserie, an Eastwood MIG 175 welder, replacement stampings fr...
How to Tighten up a Weld Seam on a Patch Panel.
No one's perfect, but we can do our best to strive to get the closest we can get to perfec...

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