This video will help take the guess-work out of installing a new windshield in your classic truck. We talk about the tools, time and skills needed as well as covering some of the tricks of the trade that will show you how easy it is to make this a do-it-yourself project for the garage builder.
Newly added photos as of 8/2/17
Ronnie from C10 Talk sits down and interviews Tino Garza of @max_built. Listen to the interview and get to know what it was like for Tino to build 3 trucks for SEMA in a row!
Follow along as we lower the rear our ’75 GMC Sierra Classic using an Axle Flip Kit on the leaf springs and install a C-Notch to get our axle to frame clearance back.
How does the Cooling System work? Cooling systems work by sending coolant through passages in the engine block and heads. As the coolant flows through these passages, it picks up, or absorbs, heat from the engine. The heated fluid then makes its way through rubber hoses to the radiator. As it flows through the radiator, […]
From the description… This immaculate K5 Blazer Resto-Mod sold new in Las Cruces, NM. There are over 1,200 hours in this complete frame-off build. The rock-solid body retains 95% of its original sheet metal that was completely stripped, top to bottom View the profile of the car on Barrett-Jackson →
Custom Car Builder & T.V. Host Dave Welch takes us through the process of installing an Air Conditioning/Heating System into a classic pickup. Dave shows you step-by-step how easy it is to install and helps take any of the guess work out of what might otherwise seem like and overwhelming project.