The most important part of the car rarely gets the detailing attention it deserves, but cleaning the engine bay is easier than you might think. And when things … More
Whether you’re a hobbyist on a road trip in a precious classic or a parent chauffeuring the kids around in a daily driver, it’s the moment that many of us dread … More
There is an easy, straightforward way to approach electrical troubleshooting, and it’s astonishing how many people don’t know it.
In my recent multi-part serie … More
Last week we talked about which tools you should consider bringing with you when you venture out in your vintage car. I proffered my opinion that, even if I was … More
At the peak of the muscle car era, the 1970 Pontiac GTO offered an innovative driver-controlled exhaust that boosted performance—and ruffled feathers.
The Vacu … More
Vintage cars are not like daily drivers, and there’s no sense in pretending that they are. Something always needs to be fixed or, at a bare minimum, tightened. … More
Today’s in-car entertainment options have evolved from analog exclusivity to digital ubiquity. In between the pre-transistor, single-speaker monaural radios of … More
During the past month, we’ve covered how to use a multimeter to measure the trinity of voltage, resistance, and current. I’ve explained how this covers most ele … More
First, we discussed how to use a multimeter for measuring voltage, or simply verifying that voltage is present. Last week, we addressed measuring resistance—ver … More
Last week, we showed you how to use a multimeter to measure voltage—or, more accurately, to verify that voltage is present—which is the most common reason you’d … More