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August 2014


  • 1913 Cadillac Model 30
    After years as a converted truck, it spent decades in storage. So it’s no surprise that restoring it called for international cooperation.
  • How Dodge Got Its Start
    John and Horace Dodge began as machinists and used their technical and business skills to build a major car company. Let’s take a look at the early days at Dodge Brothers.
  • Diagnose & Replace a Faulty Water Pump, Pt. 1
    When the pump starts groaning, chances are something’s wrong. Let’s check it and make sure it’s defective.
  • Restoring a 1940 Packard 120 Sedan, Pt. 2
    Finding trim and accessories often can be a major challenge in a restoration project. It’s even tougher than that with some Packard parts.
  • Readers Respond
    Auto Restorer readers share their thoughts on topics ranging from advice for a teenage hobbyist to their experiences with paints and powder coating.
  • 1963 Ford Falcon Ranchero
    This rare truck was bought new by his family and kept for decades. So once it was restored, it was only natural that it would be named “Goonie.”
  • An Auction House for Folks Who Want Something a Little Different…
    How about a Ferrari that once belonged to a member of the Rolling Stones?


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