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October 2014

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  • 1982 Chrysler LeBaron Medallion Convertible
    It was the first of the new generation of American droptop vehicles. And this option-laden K-Car cost almost as much as a Cadillac.
  • Diagnose & Replace a Faulty Water Pump, Pt. 3
    It’s time to install our replacement pump…and, wait a minute, that bolt hole isn’t where it should be...
  • Building Paul’s Personal Ride, Pt. 1
    He wanted a driver that would suit his own tastes and needs. So he started planning and gathering lots of parts.
  • Readers Speak Out
    Topics range from headlight malfunctions and working with bubble balancers to driving a top-down convertible in a snowstorm.
  • Driving a 1917 Detroit Electric Convertible Coupe
    Electric cars ruled our roadways in the early years of the 20th century with their quiet, smooth performance. Could they be starting a comeback phase as we speak?
  • Some Work Shoes That Don’t Have to Stay In the Shop
    Lightweight designs and bright colors have arrived to challenge some long-standing ideas about safety gear.
  • Try This If You’re Having Bubble Trouble
    If the bubble on your tire balancer has grown and may be unreliable, there is an inexpensive fix that can be tested for accuracy.
  • Honoring a Cadillac World War I Veteran
    This aged, largely un-restored vet is getting some long-overdue recognition.

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