1949 Flxible DuMont Telecruiser
It provided remote television broadcasts long before the days of satellite transmissions. And it now provides some major challenges for a restorer.
He worked hard to restore the car for someone else. And that dedication wasn’t forgotten when it came time for the Vette to have a new home.
Replacing a Glued-In Windshield, Pt. 2
What started as a do-it-yourself project ended with some expert help. But now that he’s watched the pros at work, what will he do the next time his glass needs replacement? Let’s find out.
When the Steering Feels Loose, Pt. 3
It’s time to turn our attention to the second car and make some steering box adjustments. Some special tools are required, but there’s nothing exotic involved.
Auto Restorer readers tell us about owning a service station in the ’50s, solving a case of starter gear clash and living with a pair of Alfas.
Installing an Automotive Carpet, Pt. 1
New carpeting helps to improve the looks of any project vehicle, and the matting placed underneath reduces interior noise and heat. Let’s visit a restoration shop and watch a pro as he starts a carpeting job.
The Lincoln Continental Concept
Say, haven’t we seen that car someplace else?
Mechanic on Duty