1935 Diamond T Model 211
So you think the idea of a stylish, comfortable truck is a product of modern times? Then read all about this classy 80-year-old.
My 1955 Ford’s “Sweet” Family Story
It was the ol’ tale about “the one that got away,” until there was a surprising twist to the story.
Browsing Through John’s Tool Chest, Pt. 5
It’s time for another look into the well-stocked tool box. This time, we’ve found fasteners, epoxy repair products and pry bars.
Troubleshooting & Repairing a Spark Knock Condition, Pt. 3
Let’s install our new throttle body injection unit and see if that will solve our knock problem. After that we’ll start repairs on the original TBI.
My 1964 Mercedes 230SL, Pt. 6
The physical law regarding retained energy should be kept in mind while disassembling a front suspension. This restorer discovered first-hand just how forceful that energy can be.
Be Safe When Trailer Towing
A heavy load can make a tow vehicle difficult—or impossible—to handle. Let’s look at some problem situations and a potential solution..
Carroll Shelby Turns a Pony Into a Racehorse, Pt. 2
Building Mustang race cars for the track—and the streets—helped to pump up the image of the pony car and of Carroll Shelby as well.
Dealing With That Notorious Corvette Sinkhole
When the earth opened under a museum and vintage cars tumbled into the pit, interest in the establishment soared. Now the museum’s working on a repair-and-preservation project.
The September tale of a wrecked ’67 Mustang brought this story of a ’70 Mercury Cougar XR7, along with the reader’s comments on brake residual pressure valves.
Mechanic on Duty