1967 Buick GS-340
Sure, Buicks are known for their luxury and ride quality. But have you heard all the stories about their performance vehicles…maybe not.
Celebrating 80 Years of Restoration
The start of auto restoration can be traced to solid roots in 1935. There have been many changes since then, and now we have to ask: Where do we go from here?
Troubleshooting & Repairing a Spark Knock Condition, Pt. 4
It’s time to prep what is now our spare throttle body injection unit and install a new bushing so it can be used again. Now, about the directions and those little screws…
1976 Volkswagen Transporter
Childhood memories of a summer spent day-tripping in his family’s VW Bus still called to him. But could he possibly “preserve” the neglected example he finally found?
Rebuilding a Flathead V-8, Pt. 1
A father & son restoration of a vintage hot rod included an engine rebuild. The V-8 looked good during disassembly…they were in luck. Or were they?
Here’s How You Can Remove Those Panel Dents
As you might expect, different types of dents require different tools and approaches. A restoration pro will show you how to remove those problems, from the minor to the not-so-minor.
A New Mustang, Built for the Track…and the Street
Carroll Shelby’s legacy of building high-performance Mustangs lives on in the new 500-horsepower GT350R from Ford Motor Co.
Mechanic on Duty