Cruising In a 1935 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe
The little coupe was very well-engineered for the time and provided a solid driving experience. As for the rumble seat… Well, there’s a method for using that.
John’s Tool Chest, Pt. 4
On this visit to the well-stuffed toolbox, we’ll consider a new type of pliers and look at some tools for bending and cutting sheet metal.
A Century of Automotive Evolution
Let’s follow a car company’s movement over the decades as seen through its ever-changing advertising.
Troubleshooting & Repairing a Spark Knock Condition, Pt. 1
When an engine knock developed, it was time to consider the “seven causes,” and then consider a couple more.
Visiting a Pontiac-Oakland Resource Center
This museum in Pontiac, Illinois, houses an extensive collection of manuals, books, ads and other literature. And there are some Pontiacs and Oaklands on Hand Too.
1989 Dodge Dakota Sport Convertible
If you’re interested in a Dakota Convertible, ask a family that owns four…we did. And yes, that top is stock…not an aftermarket mod.
Readers Speak Out
Auto Restorer readers share some of their thoughts on the fact that drivers really are losing control, and old (automotive) friends are the best friends.
Make a Homemade “Car Mover Tool”
It comes in handy when a vehicle’s in storage.
Mechanic on Duty