In this video lesson, Ed Hughes provides an easy guide to making sure all your drive belts are in tip-top condition. Ed talks through effective ways to isolate squealing belt problems, and shows the best way to remove the fan belt from your classic car and check it for wear.
There’s a baffling variety of cavity waxes on the market. Ian and Matt discuss the principles of cavity wax injection and what to look for in a cavity wax, before looking at how to apply the waxes with maximum effect. It’s important to get the wax everywhere and look to create a ‘fog’ of wax. Think about where your classic’s typical rust spots are and focus particularly on these areas. Make sure drain holes are clear both before and after application.Watch Now >>
In this class we discuss how you can use ‘corrosion free engineering’ throughout your restoration, including the use of weld through primers and seam sealers. Ian uses his many years’ experience in the rust prevention and repair industry to show us how to prevent rust throughout your restoration. Ian teaches Matt how to properly apply seam sealers to new welds on a car. This is an important step in preventing rust and should be carried out on both new welded joints and factory seams.Watch Now >>
Often the door card in a classic car will warp due to water, which naturally gets past the wind-down window seals in large quantities, finding its way onto the door card. In this course Ed Hughes shows you how to replace the board and reuse the old upholstery. He demonstrates how to remove the old… Read more »Watch Now >>
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