A deceptively deteriorated driver turns into a full-scale restoration – Part I “Love the one you’re with,” is a tough directive for a car enthusiast. It seems like no matter what vehicle you start with, it’s always in worse shape… Read More ›
On July 8, 1965, my Dad purchased a brand new 1965 Chevelle Malibu SS. This was his first new car purchased off the lot and, oddly, has been the only new car he has ever purchased. He paid $3,262.45 for… Read More ›
For me this is the best rescue build series on YouTube, you see Ronnie buy the Fiero for $100 and drag it out of a wood, and two years later he’s nearly finished the restoration. He learns all the skills… Read More ›
Here’s the process we used to restore the seat base on the Sport Coupe Removing the cover, foam and padding which was attached via a combination of nails and hog rings. Once the cover was removed the details from LeBaron… Read More ›
Once the trims had been cut to fit the next task is to refit them and the rumble seat. There were a few areas that needed painting and an arch bolt to be ground off as it was too long… Read More ›
The Coupe has had a previous interior restoration that wasn’t of the highest quality, and in fact it has the wrong trim kit fitted, this is evidenced in a number of areas. The side trims in the rumble seat area… Read More ›
Refurbishment of the mouldings and trims continues You’ll also notice a rear lamp bracket has entered the fray, the car has always has 2 x left hand brackets fitted since I got got the car, so it’s time to sort… Read More ›
The work continues and the rivets on the right hand A pillar are the next target Once the rivets were out all the trim was removed and the refurb began! Along with some painting inside!