1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
This car has good looks and a legendary V-8 under the hood. Maybe that’s why it’s been popular for 50 years.
Installing a Front Suspension
Project ’46 will have a short arm/long arm suspension, and it calls for some frame modifications.
British “Saloons” are Intoxicating
Even though these imports can pose uncommon challenges, a growing number of people want to be saloon owners.
Readers weigh in with questions and comments on rare radios, noise suppression and control knobs.
Restoring I-H Scouts, Pt. 1
Decades ago, these early SUVs were market pioneers… And they’re still prized for their looks and strength.
Removing Axle Shafts and Bearings
Dealing with a three-ton Packard means special challenges, such as this approach to massive wheel bearings.
Readers’ Cars & Trucks
Readers’ rides this month include a 1958 Edsel Corsair, a ’51 Willys-Overland pickup, a ’75 Chevy Nova and a ’36 Plymouth P-2 sedan.
The Driving Force
It’s an effective management book written by Peter Schutz, former CEO of Porsche AG Worldwide, but with its automotive tone it could just as well be directed at someone who wants to encourage family participation in the restoration hobby.
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