A silver Sharpie marker works well for restoring worn trim badging on the dash of a car.
I’ve gotten my “new” Eagle Alloys polished and installed. Time for some cruising to enjoy the fruits of one heck of a lot of hard work.
Found a sweet set of rims for my Roadmaster. I’m looking forward to getting them shined up and installed.
A clean carpet makes the interior of a car look incredible. Even if the car isn’t in showroom condition, just getting the stains and general dinginess out of the carpet can make the car look and feel so much nicer.
I needed to get the vinyl roof of my Pontiac cleaned and I was pleasantly surprised to find a cheap product at Walmart that more than did the trick.
I’ve removed most of the interior of the Roadmaster in order to send it back to the body shop for repairs.
I have my power seat rails and seat frame for my passenger seat restored and ready for installation. Now all I need is a car to put them in.
A little bit of detailing and suddenly my battered Pontiac is turning heads.
This past weekend was a long one for us Canucks and I decided to spend it working on my wagon. Iâ€™ve been wanting for some time to refinish the aging woodgrain trim on my wagon. For those who arenâ€™t aware, the woodgrain trim on the sides of these wagons is vinyl. Itâ€™s often referred to…
A little bit of maintenance pays big dividends later.