1951 Ford Crestliner
Who says that a two-door sedan has to be a plain, totally practical vehicle? Crestliners are rare, but you’ll know one when you see it.
34 Tips to Help With Your Latest Project
This restoration pro is ready to share some helpful insight from his years of experience. So let’s stop by his shop and watch for a while.
Our Volvo Autocross Car
A father & daughter are sharing some good times at the track with their Swedish station wagon. And there’s more fun yet to come. After all, the car only has 270,000 miles on it.
John’s Tool Chest, Pt. 3
It’s time to take another browse through the tool collection of this Auto Restorer contributor. We found some special pliers, an updated circuit tester and helpful items for thread restoration.
Readers Speak Out
One comes to the defense of his mentor, another talks about his former “Garage Man’s Companion,” and there a collection of shop tips.
Diagnose & Replace a Faulty Water Pump, Pt. 4
It’s time to complete the installation process and mix up a coolant solution. Then we’ll check the fan clutch and be ready to go for a drive.
Who Says Streamlining Is a Modern Idea?
If you have any doubts about the roots of today’s slippery car shapes, consider these two European cars from the 1930s. They look fairly up-to-date, don’t they?
A Tale of Two Jags
One’s been restored and redesigned. The other still has a way to go.
Mechanic on Duty