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How to Stop Rust From Overtaking Your Classic Car
The standard approach to rust removal has been to sand blast or scrape down to bare metal, prime with a rust-inhibiting primer and then paint. When we come across rust on our cars or restoration project, we found using rust converters in the form of brush-on liquids to be an attractive alternative.
Big Reliable Power from the 454 Chevy Engine
The 454 V8 born in 1970 had a long run. In fact, Chevrolet still sells brand-new 7.4L crate engines. Find out why this engine stood the test of time.
How to Remove Rust from Your Classic Car
It's time to find out how much original metal is remaining on your classic car. Explore the process and costs of chemical dips and media blasting.
8 Major Factors That Affect the Value of Your...
Determining the Market Value of a Classic Car
How to Start a Car That’s Been in Storage
Cars that have been resting peacefully for a long period of time don't take kindly to an abrupt wake up call. They will be as nasty as a grizzly bear prematurely jolted out of hibernation and you will pay the price of their wrath. So just curb your excitement of getting behind the wheel of your sleeping beauty and follow these steps to get a happy ending.
Debunking The Motor Oil Additive Urban Legend
After 70+ years of trouble-free, metal-metal anti-wear protection, the E.P.A. is forcing ZDDP (Zinc Dialkyl Dithio Phosphate, containing both Zinc and Phosphorus) from domestic motor oil. Is this a good or bad thing?
Top 5 Muscle Car Engines of All Time
The muscle in muscle cars, refers to engine power. Write down five engines you associate with your favorite cars and compare them to this top 5 list.
How to Restore Your Classic Car's Leather...
A step by step guide to repair and restore your car's leather interior.
What is a Numbers Matching Classic Car?
An in depth explanation of the term “numbers matching car” and how to check if the car you own or intending to own can be considered in this group of higher valued vehicles.
How to Determine the Market Value of Your...
Whether you’re buying or selling a classic car, you will want to determine its fair market value. Publications such as the Old Car Buyers Guide, Hemmings or NADA's Classic, Collectible and Special Interest Car Appraisal Guide & Directory are a good place to start. Their price guides rate a car's value using 6 categories according to their conditions that range from “pristine” to “basket case”.
How To Inspect a Classic Car
When we are considering a car as a potential purchase, we always use this car inspection checklist.
Ultra Rare 1969 Camaro Yenko Sport Coupe
Uncover detailed information and production numbers for the Yenko Camaro Sport Coupe. See what these cars sell for and if it's okay to go for a replica.
What's the Difference Between Beetles and Super...
Learn how to tell the difference between a Standard and Super Beetle. Review a brief history about the Volkswagen Bug. Connect with VW organizations.
Ford Galaxy 500 the Sleeper Muscle Car from Ford
See the black and red ultimate sleeper car from the Ford Motor Company. Learn about the rare factory lightweight Ford Galaxies from the early 1960s.
Buying a Classic Car on eBay
EBay is now considered to be the dominant force in classic car and part sales. Learning how to access this large inventory of cars and how to bid accordingly, at or below its market value, may get you your dream classic sooner than you thought possible.
Common Classic Car Fuel Pump Problems
Find tips for testing and replacing mechanical fuel pumps on classic cars. Review common bolt torque, fuel pressure and volume output specifications.
The Best Year for the First Generation Chevy...
They built the first generation Chevelle in large numbers. Good for buyers, but bad for investors. See the rare version that's an exception to the rule.
Learn about the First and Second Generation 427...
First-generation 427 Chevy engine facts and figures. Discover the limited edition 427 ZL1 anniversary edition crate engine direct from Chevrolet.
The Top Reasons to go to a Classic Car Auction
If you like watching collector and classic car auctions on television, you'll love attending one in person and here's our top reasons why you will.
Classic Car Insurance Reviews
Before you go out and look for the best classic car insurance quote there are several things you need to decide. What are your expectations? Will you be driving the car year round, or is it a
Ten Most Expensive Cars Sold At Auction - Updated
In 2011 at Gooding & Company's Monterey auction, it won the honored title of being the most expensive car ever sold at auction.
When it’s Time to Sell Your Classic Car
We love buying old cars and fixing them up. But that means something has to go to make room for the new arrival. All our cars mean something special to us so when it comes time to sell one, it can be pretty emotional. Properly marketing our cars helps to ease the pain by speeding up the sale and getting a fair price.
Restoring Your Classic's Chrome Parts
There are two things that most people notice when they check out your ride - its paint and chrome. And if you are showing your car, these two factors alone can make the difference between a first place trophy and no trophy at all. Repainting a car is a job the home restorer can tackle, but replating needs a specialist. Here are some things we do to insure the job gets done right.
See Why a 1971 Plymouth Cuda is Special
Discover why a 1971 Plymouth Cuda is unique and valuable even without the Hemi option. Uncover why this model is an excellent buy and hold investment.
Craig Jackson on Buying and Selling Collector...
Craig Jackson on Buying and Selling Collector Cars. Page 2.
Classic International Harvester Pickup Trucks
Take a road less traveled and learn about the collectable trucks from International Harvester. Review history and find IH social groups and clubs.
How To Take Care of Your Classic Car's Paint Job
How to take care of Classic Car's Paint - Washing, Waxing,and Polishing Tips for Your Car.
Chevrolet Super Sport Chevelle from 1968...
See what separates the 1970 SS Chevelle from the crowd. See how to identify a 1970 model on first sight and the most collectible Chevelle of all time.
Things You Didn’t Know About the AMC Hornet
AMC classic cars have a small, but rabid fan base. Review history of the AMC Hornet and learn about a few unique models built in small numbers.
Chrysler Hemi Powered Muscle Cars
Learn about the Hemi powered Mopar muscle cars from 1964 through 1971. Review production numbers, HP ratings and market value of the elephant motor.
The Edsel – A Legacy of Failure
The Edsel, was it the wrong car at the wrong time, was it too big when small was in, or was the name just too strange to be a luxury car. It was all of those and more.
Keep Pack Rats Out of Your Car
We do not claim to be any type of college-degreed pest control expert or authorities on animal physiology. But we do have a garage with six classic cars that have not been vandalized by the large number of pack rats that inhabit our property. And we have accomplished this great feat for over ten years with devices that have consistently been proven not to work by leading universities and scientists.
Inside the Chevrolet 350 HP 327 Cubic Inch V-8
Review the history of the 327 V-8. Discover what sets this engine apart from the other GM small blocks. See why Chevrolet replaced it with the 350.
Is Ethanol Bad for Your Car
See why classic car owners don't like ethanol. Learn about the pure gas movement and best practices when gassing up a classic for long-term storage.
How to Add AC to a Classic Car
Tired of sweating in your classic car? See what it takes to add air-conditioning to vintage autos. Review problems and prices with installation kits.
Classic Car Terms and Definitions
Classic car glossary of terms and definitions that you'll need to know in order to understand and communicate properly.
Before You Buy a Classic Car
You won't find this information in car magazines, but every classic car owner will agree with these 7 important aspects to consider before you purchase your classic.
Car Restoration Projects – Planning and...
It's not the fun part, but essential to every restoration. Don't think about writing a check or getting your hands greasy until you have taken these steps.
Last of the Big Healey’s: The Austin...
Discover why the Austin Healey 3000 Mk III is so fun to drive. Learn how to verify factory installed options and obtain heritage trust certificates.
Replacing a Classic Car Headliner: DIY Job or...
When a headliner starts to sag, it should be replaced. Learn about the different kinds of headliners and see what's involved in the repairs.
Tips for Replacing Classic Car Weatherstripping
Review strategies for replacing classic car weatherstripping. Discover where to obtain hard-to-find weatherstrip kits, retainers and specialized clips.
Increase Interior Comfort When Restoring Your...
Discover how to bring your car interior restoration project to the next level. Enjoy a vintage look while at the same time increasing comfort.
Buying a Classic Car on eBay continued
EBay is now considered to be the dominant force in classic car and part sales. Learning how to access this large inventory of cars and how to bid accordingly, at or below its market value, may get you your dream classic sooner than you thought possible. Page 2.
Understanding the Condition Rating System
While sorting through the trade magazines, classified ads and internet auctions; understanding the terminology used to rate a cars condition will help you determine the cars market value and what price you should pay. Here's a tip to understand the 100 Point and Six Category classic car condition rating system used by the most popular classic car value guides.
History of the Sunbeam
When most car folks hear the name Sunbeam, the first model that may come to mind is the Tiger. But this little car maker broke land speed records and won Grand Prix races.
Look It's a Dodge Dart Swinger
See a classic 70’s Dodge Dart Swinger and take a walk down memory lane. Review the rich history of the Dodge Dart from 1960 through present day.
The Beginning, Middle and End of the Duesenberg
Duesenberg automobiles were thoroughly enjoyed by the rich and famous in the early 1900s. Find out how many are left and who owns four of them.
How To Decide if a Car is Worth Restoring
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The Super Sport Impala: Real Fine with a 409
Learn about the first Chevrolet Impala SS. See the big block 409, one of the first engines to produce more than one horsepower per cubic inch.
Review Interesting Facts about Antique Cars
Antique cars built from the beginning of automotive development through 1916. They powered these horseless carriages with gas, steam and electricity.
How to Replace Your Classic Car's Door Panel
How to Replace Your Classic Car's Door Panel
Meet the First Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Learn more about the first ever Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS. Review production numbers and estimated value of this classic two door luxury coupe.
1965 Chevrolet Nova SS Muscle Car
GM considered the first generation Chevrolet Nova an economy car. In 1965 the 327 engine made the Nova SS one of America's least expensive muscle cars.
The Chevrolet Nova SS a Lot of Bang for the Buck
Learn about some of the most interesting Chevrolet Nova SS cars ever produced. Discover what a Yenko Super Coupe is and how much they go for.
The Classic Mini Cooper
Enjoy an educational synopsis of the classic Mini Cooper. From its birth in the late 50s it was meant to do a job but accomplished much more.
Prevent Your Classic From Overheating
Keeping your older car from overheating and leaving you stranded can be easy if you follow our preventative maintenance tips on a regular basis.
How To Disassembling Your Classic
The first part of the disassembly process is to understand that this will be a slow and deliberate process. Don’t get any bright ideas on a Sunday afternoon after a few beers that you and a couple of buddies should get started on your restoration project.
Volkswagen - The Peoples Car
Under the orders of Adolf Hitler, the VW Beetle was initially designed to provide cheap transport for the hard working German masses.
Three Ways to Ruin the AC Compressor on a...
Review issues that can damage the AC compressor on classic cars. Learn how compressors work and how to test for proper operation of vintage systems.
Brake Master Cylinders on Clasic Cars
Discover how to diagnose classic car brakes and master cylinder problems. Learn about rebuilding kits and going from single to dual reservoir systems.
How to Permanently Resolve Oil Leaks on Vintage...
Learn about problem-solving gasket kits for classic cars. Discover the number one cause of recurring oil leaks and how to check for the condition.
See the First Year for a Dodge Challenger in RT...
A Challenger Hellcat produces over 700 HP. See the first year Dodge built this model. Review option packages that add value to this classic muscle car.
Everything You Wanted to Know About the 455 Big...
When you pop the hood on a GM muscle car from Buick, Pontiac or Oldsmobile you might find a 455. See how these engines are different from each other.
History of the Headlight
Today we pretty much take our car's headlights for granted. In fact, so many newer car's lights come on automatically triggered by sensors that owners might be hard pressed to actually tell you where the light switch is. But it wasn't always that easy for cars to light up the road.
Second Generation Dodge charger Muscle Cars
See one of the most popular Chrysler products ever produced. Discover why the 1968-1970 Dodge Charger is the hero car in so many TV shows and movies.
How to Insure Your Classic Car
Insuring classic and specialty cars can be confusing for the first time buyer, because how you cover the car depends on how you're going to use it.
The Evolution of the Firebird Trans Am Hood...
When you see that classic Firebird hood emblem you know what kind of car you're looking at. Learn about the iconic decal and how important it is.
Installing Exhaust Headers on Classic Muscle Cars
Do you want high performance exhaust headers on your classic muscle car? Review the pros and cons of installing aftermarket exhaust headers.
The Classic Muscle Car with a Shaker Hood
Learn which car company used the Shaker hood first in full production. Review common problems and solutions for muscle cars with Shaker hood scoops.
The 340 V8: Hands down the Best Small Block in...
If you pop the hood on a late 60s Mopar you often find a 318. Try to hold out for a 340 V8 instead. Discover the first year for the super small block.
Converting from a Generator to an Alternator on...
See the difference between a generator and an alternator. Learn about upgrade kits and alternatives when your classic car needs more electrical power.
Take a Ride in the Third Generation Dodge Charger
Take a virtual ride in a third-generation Dodge Charger. Available with a 426 Hemi, 440 six-pack and air grabber hood scoop this car is collectible.
Classic Design Makes This Buick Super
See a retro modified, 1949 Buick Super Coupe. Discover what a two door Sedanette is and meet the legendary GM designer that created the unique look.
Solving Power Steering Issues on Classic Cars
Learn to solve complex problems with power steering systems on older and classic cars. Discover how to find rare power steering replacement parts.
The Life and Death of Pontiac: A Story of Trial...
Born in 1927 the Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors died in 2010. Let’s take a look at the life and times of the once mighty Pontiac brand.
First Year for the Charger
See why the first year Dodge Charger hits a sweet spot for car collectors. Only offered for two years, the first-generation had some historical options.
Repairing Classic Car Factory Air Conditioning
Review diagnostic tips for repairing factory installed air-conditioning on classic cars. Learn about sourcing hard-to-find AC parts for vintage autos.
Review the Top 5 Aftermarket Wheel and Tire...
See pictures of classic wheel and tire combinations. Wide whitewall tires with wire wheel caps and red stripe tires with factory mags are two examples.
Replacing Rusted Transmission Cooler Lines
Do you have classic muscle cars with leaky or rusted transmission cooler lines? Review efficient ways to repair leaking cooler lines on vintage cars.
88 Point Inspection Check List
Use this extensive checklist to Inspect a Classic Car before you buy or sell.
Morgan - The Car That Hasn't Changed for 100...
The British car producer Morgan Motor Company has been run by three generations of the Morgan family to present after the company was first formed in 1909, and has stayed alive while other car makers without really changing the way they make a car.
Second Generation Chevy Bel Air
The tri-five second-generation Chevy Bel Air is one of the most notable cars built by the General. See what made her special and what movies she’s in.
The Light Line from International Harvester
Discover the versatility of the International Harvester Light Line trucks. Learn more about the IH Company and vehicles built during the 60s and 70s.
The Inexpensive Way to Begin Collecting Cars
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The First Stainless Steel Car
The Delorean may have been the first stainless steel car that comes to mind in conversation, but it wasn't the first to get on a production line.
Classic Muscle Cars with Factory Mag Wheels
Original equipment rims can increase the value of a classic muscle car. Learn how to spot the difference between the factory mag and rally wheels.
One Man Brake, Clutch, or Hydraulic Fluid...
How did the One Man Brake, Clutch, or any Hydraulic Fluid Bleeder Kit work compared to the two person pump and fill method that we usually use? Here's our review...
Solve Horn Problems on Vintage Cars
Review common problems and diagnostic procedures for classic car horn malfunctions. Locate vintage parts like relays, contacts and trumpet horns.
Meet the First Plymouth Barracuda, but Probably...
Review the rise and fall of the Plymouth Barracuda. Learn more about the first high-performance option package available on the two door Coupe.
Car Restoration Projects – Budgeting
If you're independently wealthy, you can skip this section. If you're not, read on! Setting up a realistic budget before you buy your restoration project will ensure the car will actually leave the garage one day.
When it’s Time to Sell Your Classic Car
We love buying old cars and fixing them up. But that means something has to go to make room for the new arrival. All our cars mean something special to us so when it comes time to sell one, it can be pretty emotional. Properly marketing our cars helps to ease the pain by speeding up the sale and getting a fair price.
1959 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite
1959 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite. Page 13.
Morris Garage - Better Known as the MG Car...
During WWII, the American soldiers stationed in England became very fond of British roadsters, one in particular was the MG. Upon their return, there was nothing back in the US that had the same sporty handling. It didn't take too long until the MG found it's way onto US roadways.
Symptoms and Test Procedures for Vacuum Advance...
Attention classic car owners, vacuum diaphragms will not last forever. Review symptoms and test procedures for muscle car era vacuum advance distributors.
1965 Austin Mini Van
1965 Austin Mini Van. Classic Cars. Page 12.
My Classic Car Cranks but Won't Start
Review a step-by-step guide on how to properly diagnose a classic car that cranks over normally, but refuses to start.
Should you Rebuild or Replace a Classic Car...
If you keep a car long enough, it will eventually have alternator problems. Review tips for diagnosing and repairing alternator issues on classic cars.
Upgrading Your Classic Car Ignition system
See how to upgrade classic car ignition systems with modern parts while maintaining the original look. Increase reliability while preserving the past.
The Trabant – Built Out of Plastic and...
November 9, 2009 marked the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and if any of you have been watching some of the recent documentaries to celebrate the event, you may have noticed a particular little car keep showing up.
1970 Mini Cooper Convertible
1970 Mini Cooper Convertible. Classic Cars. Page 10.
How the 1970s Killed the Original Muscle Cars
The short reign of the muscle car came to an abrupt end in the 70s. Review a condensed timeline of events leading to the demise of this golden age.
Wheel Dollies for Car Restoration Projects
Wheel dolly manufacturers claim their units will make moving a vehicle around the shop quick and easy. Let's put this to the test on an MG TC Roadster.
The Rise of Preservation Class Cars
Discover why preservation class cars are considered more valuable than a fully restored one. See the difference between a barn find and a survivor car.
Shelby Cobra 427 SC Replica
Learn about the 427 Shelby Cobra replicas and kit cars. Review the history of the original AC Cobra and the difference between a replica and a kit car.
Hurst High Performance Shifter with a Pistol Grip
A 4-speed manual transmission operated by a Hurst pistol grip shifter adds value to a classic muscle car. See the first year for this handle option.
What makes it a Classic: The Pontiac 389 Tri...
If you find a car with an original Pontiac Tri Power 389 engine, consider it a classic. Discover interesting versions of this song worthy power plant.
This Reliable Pontiac Small Displacement V-8...
If you like classic Pontiac's from 1963 through 1967, you're probably familiar with the 326 V8. Learn more about the engine and where they're found.
Classic Car Care Tip - Removing Bird Droppings
There is only one thing more devastating than to see bird poo come splattering down onto your car's lovely paint job - the damage it creates when you remove it incorrectly.
Mysteries of the External Voltage Regulator...
Learn how an external voltage regulator works on vintage cars. See symptoms of failed parts and options for replacing a classic voltage regulator.
The Hupmobile - a Lesson For Today's Car Makers
When the stock market goes into a nose dive and the economy is in a crisis, auto makers should not make the same mistakes the Hupp brothers.
1942 Crosley Convertible
1942 Crosley Convertible. Classic Cars. Page 15.
Carburetor Mixture Tuning Adjustments for...
Review basic mixture adjustment procedures for classic car carburetors. Go from bench adjustments to fine tuning air fuel mixtures to pass emissions.
Classic Car Radiators Repair or Replace
Should you repair or replace defective radiators on a collectible car? Review tips and testing procedures that can help make the decision easier.
Birth and History of the Legendary Jaguar
For the last six years, Jaguar has achieved top marks in the J. D. Power and Associates Sales Satisfaction Index study, three of those years claiming the #1 spot. But it wasn't always that way for the British marque.
Which Tire is better for Your Classic Car,...
What happens when you switch your vintage car from bias-ply tires over to radials? Learn how modern tires change the look and the way the car handles.
The Bold Factory Color Palette on Cars of the...
Learn more about the automotive color palette battle from the 60s and 70s. Review a brief history of cars and color choices for the last 100 years.
The Javelin AMX: A Real Contender in the Muscle...
AMC went all in with project Javelin. Review the remarkable achievements of the AMX and the magical year representing the pinnacle of the automobile.
See the First Year for the Chevrolet El Camino...
What is the first year for the Super Sport El Camino? You could get an SS Chevelle in 1966. The El Camino wore the SS badge a few years later.
How to Store Your Classic Car
For those of you who live in snowy climates, you may have to store your cars as long as four to six months. Here are some storage tips.
Ten Most Expensive Cars Sold At Auction
Ten Most Expensive Cars Sold At Auction
Is Universal Antifreeze Safe for Your Cars
Wondering what universal coolant is? Does it belong in your classic car? Here we'll find out what it is and things you need to do before installing it.
1966 Jaguar E-Type Roadster Series 1 by Eagle
1966 Jaguar E-Type Roadster Series 1 by Eagle. Page 5.
1959 Metropolitan Hard Top
1959 Metropolitan Hard Top. Classic Cars. Page 14.
The First Ford Falcon: Car or Platform
Feast your eyes on the most collectible first generation Ford Falcon. Learn about the Falcon platform design and the available models from 1960-1963.
Top Threats to the Classic Car Hobby
The newly formed North American representative of FIVA, the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA), hosted an exclusive media symposium with Hagerty, the world leader in collector car insurance, for a panel discussion on the “Top Threats to the Collector Car Hobby.”
Review Common Distributor Problems on Classic...
If you own classic cars chances are they have a distributor. Review basic operation, symptoms, common distributor problems and solutions.
Three Reasons Your Classic Car Needs a...
Discover three common internal problems found on vintage car carburetors. Review repair procedures and symptoms associated with these malfunctions.
Why My Classic Car Won't Crank Over
Learn how to deal with a no start condition after storing a classic car. Review helpful tips for diagnosing bad starter relays and external solenoids.
The 1936 Ford - The Year in Review
In 1935 Ford shifted from the Model T and took on a fuller and more substantial appearance which saw little change until 1940. Out of those 5 years, we are particularly fond of the 1936 model year.
1964 Morris Minor Traveller
1964 Morris Minor Traveller. Classic Cars. Page 16.
The Historic Birth of the AC Cobra
AC is the oldest British car manufacturer with continuous production of cars since 1901. Learn more about the company partnership with Carroll Shelby.
3 Carburetor Adjustments to Smooth out Your...
Three carburetor adjustments that can help improve the behavior of your classic car. Review common symptoms associated with miss adjusted carburetors.
There is Something Special about a Two Door...
See how the Chevy Nomad went from concept to full production. Learn about the subtle differences between the Nomad wagon models from 1955 through 1957.
Shelby Cobra GT500 Fastback
See what’s different about the 1968 Shelby Cobra GT500 fastback when compared to other Shelby Mustangs. Review rare options that greatly affect value.
Collector Car Theft Deterrents
Protecting your Classic Car from would be thieves can be as easy as installing a battery cut-off device, or you can go high tech with a global tracking device. We suggest both, and a few others.
The Pontiac Catalina: Factory Rigged for Racing
Long before the GTO pounded the pavement the Pontiac Catalina ruled. Learn more about the special Catalina that carried the 405 HP 421 CID Trophy V-8.
Triumph TR-6 a Classic British Sports Car
If you're like me then you remember the Triumph TR6. Discover why they consider the TR6 a sweet spot for collectible yet affordable British sports cars.
The Jaguar XK150 Sports Car
Find out why some of the most revered automotive aficionados consider the Jaguar XK150 a must-have for any serious car collection.
1957 Metropolitan Hard Top
1957 Metropolitan. Classic Cars. Page 18.
Review 3 Series of Classic E Type Jaguar's
Learn about the rise and fall of the E Type Jaguar. Review production numbers and market values for the two door iconic British sports car.
Mid-50s Classic Chevrolet Pickups: Always a Fan...
See the Generals first best-selling pickup truck. Learn about the versatility of the advanced design truck platform and why it’s still popular today.
1965 Sunbeam Tiger
1965 Sunbeam Tiger. Classic Cars. Page 11.
1964 Triumph Spitfire
1964 Triumph Spitfire. Classic Cars. Page 9.
10th Anniversary Special Edition Trans Am
See what is special about the Tenth Anniversary Trans Am and bad things to look out for. Uncover the most collectible of the 7500 total cars built.
Classic Subcompact Cars from the Crosley...
Learn about the surprising automotive innovations the Crosley Corporation unleashed on its American built cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles.
1948 Morris Convertible
1948 Morris Convertible. Classic Cars. Page 19.
Solving Starter Problems on My Classic Car
Read this before you replace another starter motor on your classic car. Maybe it’s time to upgrade to a permanent magnet gear reduction starter?
1939 Bantam Roadster
1939 Bantam Roadster. Classic Cars. Page 20.
Is it a Pontiac LeMans, Tempest or a GTO
Have you ever seen a GTO and it turned out to be a LeMans or Tempest? Review the difference between the 3 models and see an all original A-body LeMans.
Performing a Compression Test on Classic Car...
Including compression data when selling a classic car can help you achieve the asking price. Learn how to perform the test and evaluate the results.

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