M5A1 Stuart Light Tank
Think of it as the “Cadillac” of armored military vehicles. But if you’re going to restore this Caddy, be sure to have a strong crane on hand.
When the Steering Feels Loose, Pt. 2
Now that we’ve replaced the drag link on the Caprice, we need to turn our attention to the car’s toe-in measurements. We’ll also want to make sure the steering wheel is straight.
Care to Drive a Brass Car?
A century ago they were everyday transportation…but it takes some training to understand and operate these pioneers of the motor age.
Replacing a Glued-In Windshield, Pt. 1
After nearly two decades the glass was leaking and pitted, and rust had formed around it. At first, it seemed like a good at-home project…
Making Muscle Car History at Pontiac, Pt. 2
Now that Pontiac had its breakthrough muscle car, it had to work its way around GM’s high-performance bans to make the GTO a showroom success.
JC Whitney’s 100th Birthday
They’ve been around since the earliest days of the automobile.
You Might Need a JIS for That Job
If you’ve been struggling with a Phillips fastener and feeling perplexed…take a closer look. It might not be a Phillips.
Here’s a Car Show Unlike Any You May Have Attended…
The Professional Car Society’s 39th Annual International Meet in Houston June 9-13 will attract dozens of vintage funeral hearses, flower cars, livery vehicles and ambulances from across North America.
Mechanic on Duty