Building a 1935 Indy Car
Restoration students at McPherson College worked together to help recreate the car that won at Indianapolis eight decades ago. Let’s visit their shop and watch them on the job.
Diagnosing and Repairing a Rough-Running Engine, Pt. 2
We’ll install a rebuilt carburetor and take a look at the distributor as well.
1956 Chevrolet Nomad
Finding trim for an uncommon car like this one can be daunting and really slow down a project. That broken wire didn’t help things either…
Taking a Look at Our Tires & Brakes, Pt. 2
Now that we’ve removed the wheels and inspected them, let’s turn our attention to the front disc brakes, rear drums, hoses and bushings.
Mixing Vintage Cars With a Worthy Cause
Here’s how one man’s bout with cancer led to an annual fund-raising car show. This blend of fun and purpose can be a true benefit to the community.
My Life With Studebakers
A number of other cars have come and gone but the Studebakers have had real staying—and growing—power.
John’s Tool Chest, Pt. 7
Once again we’re searching through that well-stocked toolbox and this time we’ve found a couple of items for hard-to-reach fasteners and adjusters, and a homemade vacuum reservoir jar as well.
Follow That Corvette…To the Annual Funfest
If you’re driving through central Illinois sometime during Sept. 17-20 and see lines of Corvettes cruising the roadways, you’ll know you’re near the Corvette Funfest in the town of Effingham.
Mechanic on Duty