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The Oldsmobile 442 W-30


Classic Car Restoration How-To:

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
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

 Choosing Classic Car Door Panels


 Plymouth Roadrunner vs Dodge Superbee

Door panel installation is an important step in your classic car’s interior restoration process. Whether you want to fit your vintage General Motors muscle car with replacement car door panels or create a custom interior for your AMC Javelin, choose a look that both complements the vehicle and increases its appeal.  This guide serves to help you make informed choices during your door panel restoration, from purchasing to installation..Read More
If you get any classic car enthusiasts together you will no doubt soon hear a debate about which model stands out as the most iconic. Everyone certainly has their own favorite, even if the models are similar such as the Plymouth Road Runner and Dodge Super Bee. There is something to be said for that classic Plymouth upholstery and head-to-tail styling that makes it an unmistakable classic..Read More

 How to Buy a Classic Car 


 Charger vs Challenger: Which Classic Dodge Comes Out on Top? 

Classic cars are a fun investment, and they're sure to secure you bragging rights when you take one out for a drive.  However, it's not a purchase to be taken lightly.  While there are a lot of great classic cars on the market, some may need a little - or A LOT of work before they're considered "roadworthy".  So before you lock yourself into a bad buy, use this guide to learn how to buy a classic car that will be a pleasure to restore and drive..Read More
Some questions are too intense and emotionally - charged for the average car-loving person to even consider.  The following may be one of them.  We recommend that the faint-of-heart stop reading now, before they are exposed to the unthinkable query that may be impossible to answer...Read More

 The Classic Car Features We Miss The Most 


 The Best Classic Cars Of All-Time 

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 features seem like they were inspired from heaven above. Yet let’s be honest: they really don’t...Read More
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 practicality and public policy were noticeably absent from the auto industry – the days when the only...Read More

How To Store Your Classic Car For Winter


1964 GTO/LeMans Black Interiors

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 in wait for spring! Prepare for Storage Storage Location Find a dark, dry space with little access....Read More
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, Chevelle/Malibu/El Camino) used what is known as “Seville” grain (Legendary Auto Interiors...Read More


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 one and prep the floor-pan so no rust can get in there and pop it up. The installation starts with...Read More

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