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For over fifty-six years, LeBaron Bonney Company has been providing the most accurate, best fitting, and highest quality restoration interior kits available. Produced under
Headliners are tricky. Most pre-1980s cars had vinyl headliners held in place with steel rods (bows) and were glued in place to the sides of the roof, and sometimes even
Content provided by Eric Flavin Keeping tabs on the coolant temperature of your engine is important because you don’t want to overheat it and blow coolant all over the
Content provided by Barry Kluczyk It’s one of the most common maladies of ’79-86 Fox-body cars – Mustang, Capri, Thunderbird, Fairmont, etc.: unsightly dashboard pads.
We recently produced a video for our friends at Speed Direct, the makes of Steeroids rack and pinion conversions. One of the most common issues that installers face on the
In today’s world, anytime a switch or other electrical component goes bad, we just toss it in the trash and buy a new one. This applies to just about everything we use,
There has always been a feud between the automakers and the aftermarket, particularly when it comes to audio. The OEMs want the customers to buy their upgraded audio systems.
When the brake pedal (or clutch pedal) is too hard to push, driving your car becomes difficult, and downright dangerous. Disc brake conversions are great, but even converting
More is usually better. More power, more torque, more, more, more. When it comes to transmissions, more gears is always better. The more gears you have, the faster you go
By Rotten Rodney Bauman Let’s be honest here. Do y’all ever google yourselves? Oh, it’s okay. It’s nothin’ to be ashamed of. It’s a pretty good way for us to keep
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