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  • 20:07

    How to Replace a Classic Car (Non-Bonded) Windscreen

    Although it may seem daunting, removing and replacing a non-bonded classic car windscreen is do-able at home with some care and we will show you how. In this video, Ed takes you through the process of how to remove a windscreen yourself. As well as hints and tips along the way he will also let

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  • 9:50

    Converting Your Classic Car From Positive to Negative Earth

    There are many advantages of converting an older classic car from a negative earth electrical system to a positive earth system. Not least of which because it enables you to use modern radios, accessories and upgrade to an alternator. In this ‘how to’ video tutorial, Ed Hughes will show you how to re-polarise the dynamo

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  • 14:50

    How to change a steering rack gaiter

    If your MOT station has failed your classic car or issued an advisory for a split or damaged steering rack gaiter, this video tutorial will give you a step by step guide on replacing it. Ed Hughes will show you the right tools for the job, as well as hints and tips on replacing a

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  • 15:01

    How to change a track rod end boot

    If your MOT station has failed your classic car or issued an advisory note for a split or damaged track rod end boot, this video tutorial will give you a step by step guide on how to replace it. Ed Hughes will show you the tools you need for splitting the ball joint taper, as

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  • 11:18
    How to prepare for and apply primer from an aerosol correctly

    How to Prepare for and Apply Primer From an Aerosol Correctly

    In this detailed video tutorial on classic car resprays, Michael Coman shows you how to prepare for and apply primer on a panel to professional standards using an aerosol. Degreasing is the first essential step, followed by the use of tack cloths and various grades of abrasive paper and pads to prepare the surface for

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  • 5:33
    How to create a soft edge by French masking a paint repair

    How to Create a Soft Edge by French Masking a Paint Repair

    When repairing just part of a panel where the new paint must blend into the existing paintwork, then the technique of roll edge masking or French masking is invaluable for ensuring that no visible join exists on the edge of the panel repair. This skill is employed by professional body shops when respraying both classic

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  • 6:12

    Masterclass on Masking Materials

    This video will help you avoid the pitfalls of classic car resprays and bodywork by giving you the knowledge only professionals can have on what types of materials you can use for different applications when masking up ahead of respraying your classic car. From masking paper and polythene to the various masking tapes, Michael Coman

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  • 7:16

    Professional Masking Techniques for Localised Paint Repairs

    Masking is a crucial skill to master when respraying classic car bodywork. In this video tutorial you will see how to effectively degrease and mask off an area of a classic car panel for paint repair. Michael will show you the types of tape and paper to use and how, along with some clever tricks

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  • 5:02

    A Masterclass on Masking Arches and Apertures for Painting

    When you respray a classic car to repair paintwork or change its colour, door apertures and wheel arches can be tricky things to mask off. In this video tutorial Michael shows you the professional bodyshop techniques so you can achieve the best bodywork repairs possible on your classic car. He’ll demonstrate the best way to

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