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How to Repair Plastic Trim

Have a broken piece of trim that’s not available anymore? Here’s how to fix it right.

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10 Speed Secrets for the Rest of Us

Expert Carl Heideman shares his 10 vintage racing secrets for success on your average race weekend in performance.

A Quick Explanation of the BMC Hydrolastic Suspension

Used on cars like the original Mini and the MG 1100, BMC's Hydrolstic suspension was a unique way to keep everything stable and level.

Replacing Rocker Panels Is a Dreaded Task That’s Simpler Than You Think

We all talk about avoiding rusty cars, but let’s face reality: If no one was willing to fix any corrosion, there wouldn’t be many cars left to restore.

How to Take a BMC Race Engine From Average to A+

Without a doubt one of the most popular powerplants in the history of sports car racing is the venerable A-series engine.

Door Skin Replacement Made Easy

It may sound difficult, but replacing a door skin can be relatively easy if you have a few basic tools and a bit of instruction.

Easy Ways to Improve the Safety of Your Classic

Sure, newer cars have more advanced safety technology built in, but that doesn't mean your classic is inherently unsafe.

Why a Modern Gear-Reduction Starter Makes a Wise Upgrade

In most cases, a modern gear-reduction starter is lighter, more reliable and more efficient than the one originally fitted to your classic.

How to Easily Restore Classic Car Bucket Seats

Want a more comfortable interior without going to modern seats? Rejuvenate your stock buckets for only a few bucks.

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Fortify Your 1500: Improving 1500 Spitfire and Midget Engines

Factory Triumph Spitfire 1500 and MG Midgets can be improved with some simple upgrades and a pair of SU carburetors, here's how we did it.

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