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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 perfection every …


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 magazine was buil …


How to Build Simple Engine Mounts for a Hot Rod

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


Project Pile House- Shaving the Door handles

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


How to Fit Seat Sliders to Your Hot Rod Seat

The older the car you’re working on, the harder it can be to find usable parts you need. This become …


Ditch Those Leaky Header Joints

After you’ve been building and modifying cars for a while there’s some things that you become pretty …


How to Control Warpage on Sheet Metal on a Weld Joint with Gene Winfield

There’s a misconception among enthusiasts and even some professional body guys about welding sheet m …


How to repair a damaged Aluminum Alloy Wheel

In this part of the country (Mid-Atlantic) cars, wheels especially take a beating during the winter. …


Smoothing the Back End- Frenched Taillights on Pile House.

I will admit that I tend to over think things when I am building a custom car and sometimes I mock s …


Removing Rusty Floor Pans (Hands On Cars E.03)

Episode Summary: Using a rotisserie, an Eastwood MIG 175 welder, replacement stampings from National …


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