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 Tale of the Tape: The 1969-70 Dodge Charger Daytona vs. The 1970 Plymouth Superbird

 

 Bringing Your Classic Cars Upholstery Back from the Dead


If you’re that driver who suddenly perks up when someone pulls alongside you at a stop light, alertly grips the wheel at ten and two, and mutters a barely audible “Gentlemen, start your engines,” then what better car to restore than one that was designed and created specifically for racing?....Read More
 
When preparing for a restoration job, most set aside the bulk of their budget for those elements that are eye-catchers (e.g., the engine, the paint job). But when it’s time to redo the interior, most of the money is gone. Do you really want to take your newly restored ride out for a spin using old blankets as seat covers?....Read More


 
 

 A DIY Guide to Replacing Your Classic Cars Headliner

 

Top 5 Classic GM Cars to Restore


Even after putting a ton of time and money into replacing all of the other components of your vehicle’s interior, a shabby looking headliner can really hamper its aesthetics and value....Read More
 
Are your weekends (and the occasional weeknight) free for the next few months? Do you need a project that will keep your butt off the couch and your creativity challenged? Why not finally make good on that promise you made to yourself so many years ago? Transport that classic muscle car from the posters that adorned your room as a teen into your garage!..Read More
 

5 Best Classic Chrysler/Mopar Cars to Restore

 

Best Practices for Classic Auto Interior Restoration


Few things can get your creative juices flowing more than a classic car restoration project. You may think that you simply don’t have the time to tackle such a challenge. Yet with the investment potential that these babies offer (not to mention the ego boost you’ll get from having the absolute sweetest ride on the block), how can you afford not to take advantage of such an opportunity?..Read More
 
Congratulations! You’ve finally made good on that promise you swore to yourself back in high school body shop class to one day make a classic muscle car your own. Now that you’ve got the car in your garage, what’s next? Well, there’s the mechanical work needed to get it running again (that is, if it doesn’t already), and then the time and money needed to restore the interior to its original showroom quality..Read More
 

1970 Challenger vs 1970 Cuda:  What's the Difference? 

 

The Oldsmobile 442 W-30


To your average Joe, telling one classic muscle car apart from the other may be next to impossible. We’ve all heard stories told by people looking to impress an audience by swearing their neighbor owns a mint-condition 1964 Mustang. Or was it a Corvair? Or was it a Camaro? You might have been able to throw a Model T out there for consideration and seen that get some serious contemplation...Read More
 
Classic car enthusiasts are no doubt familiar with Oldsmobile Cutlass, the brand’s flagship vehicle through the 70s and 80s. Then there’s the world-renowned Toronado, which at the time of its release held the title of the most powerful front-wheel-drive car ever made. Yet if you really want to experience the best that the brand has to offer, look no further than the 1970 Oldsmobile 442...Read More

Classic Car Restoration How-To:


So your dream of a classic car restoration is now sitting pretty in your garage. After the shock of you being a mere restoration project away from absolutely owning your neighborhood roads abates, you’re now left with a simple question: Now what? Keep in mind that the average circa 1960s car has over 8,000 component parts. Each of those will need to be individually removed, inspected, and restored or replaced...Read More

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