Ed Hughes recommends the most suitable anti-freeze to use for your classic car and the correct type of water to use with your anti-freeze. He also gives some top tips on how to make sure your classic car doesn’t overheat by ensuring you use the correct quantity. Find out how and why you should use an antifreeze tester in this video.
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 >>
It is important to understand basic principles before progressing. In its simplest form, an electrical circuit is the flow of electrons from the positive side of the battery through a component back to the other battery terminal. For more tips on auto electrics, visit our course Classic Car Electrics.Watch Now >>
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