Month: July 2022

Tech 101

Tech 101: Getting Your Vehicles and Summer Toys Ready for Winter

Colder temperatures may sometimes be destructive, and the best way to avoid this with your recreational vehicles and toys is to store them properly, saving you the cost of fixing them when the winter is through. Everyone can try out the ideas offered here because they are easily obtainable and reasonably priced.
Motorcycle fuel 
To ensure that the fuel remains usable and the engine can start up efficiently when you need it, it is advisable to add a fuel stabilizer. These are additives that help in preserving the quality of the fuel and prevent …

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Car Culture

No Upgrades or Mods for the Restored 1965 Ford Mustang

The purpose of restoration in any car is to bring it to its original condition without specifically doing any major upgrades or modifications. As such, it will look and perform as it used to when rolled off.
These restorations are generally done by using the original or reproduction parts that match the car’s model, year, and make. All mechanical components are restored, while the original paint color and interior materials are maintained.
Since 1964, the Mustangs have been essential collectibles that attract a …

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Buyer’s Guide

Guidelines for Buying a Classic 1955-1957 Ford Thunderbird

This ’50s machine still got the potential to leave tongues wagging whenever it passes by any center. It has recently been used in collectibles and various roles such as pop culture, movies, and TV because of its sporty nature that allows the free circulation of air, thus creating a pleasurable weekend vibe.
During the ’50s this machine boasted a $3,000 price when it hit the showrooms. It measured 14.6 feet long and had a 102-inch wheelbase with a removable hardtop, full-width seat, and V-8. There were also options for an automatic …

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