1940 Buick Roadmaster Pickup
It’s one of four pre-war trucks made…and the only survivor. Let’s look at the mystery behind this vintage luxury pickup.
Rebuilding a Four-Speed Hydra-Matic, Pt. 1
After years of use, the transmission was sticking in first gear. Time for a rebuild, starting with removal and disassembly.
Readers Speak Out
Here’s a reader’s first-hand advice on an overheating Thunderbird, one meeting with a younger enthusiast and the story of some appreciative “pats.”
1964 Cadillac de Ville Convertible
The current owner had decided against the car when he first saw it. Fortunately for him, his son wasn’t so easily discouraged.
Ruby, the Farm Truck, Pt. 8
The new brake lines are in place, but why are they leaking? Meanwhile, neglect helped in reviving the truck’s paint.
Working With a Bubble Balancer, Pt. 2
Now that we’ve met this type of balancer, let’s see what it can do. We’ll start with aluminum wheels, then switch to steel.
100 Years of the Auto Assembly Line
Of the several automotive anniversaries observed in 2013, perhaps the most important was the centennial of the moving assembly line.
Mechanic on Duty