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How to Prepare your car for Winter Storage
 Posted on September 17th, 2020

If you live in the north or Midwest, you understand the sad reality of long winters and salt-covered roads that force us to winterize and store our hobby cars, sportscars and everything other than daily drivers and trucks that can fit a snowplow. Further south, winterizing might not be a concern but long term storage is something most car drivers will be faced with at one time or another. So, before you drive your ’72 El Camino into the shed for the next four months, browse over our step-by-step guide of how to properly prepare your car for storage:

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How to Prevent Flat Spots
 Posted on October 23rd, 2019

It’s been a long winter, and you’re ready to pull your ’92 Sunburst Yellow MX-5 Miata out of the garage and onto the road. But, as soon as your tires start to rotate you notice that your ride is bumpy! The culprit? Flat spots on your tires from where they settled into the concrete floor over the winter months. If you’re lucky, the tires will regain their shape as you drive on them; however, if the flat spots are permanent you’ll have to think about replacements to avoid doing further damage to your vehicle. So what causes flat spots? And how can they be prevented?

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How to Measure for a Trailer Ramp
 Posted on October 1st, 2019

No one wants to scrape their low rider, or wrestle with removing the front bumper! Trailer ramps are designed to notch into your existing trailer door to reduce the approach angle, allowing you to drive up into your trailer with no fear of scraping. Here are all the factors that go into finding a trailer ramp that will work for both your vehicle and your trailer.

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How To Make Your Hobby Car Stand out at Your Next Car Show
 Posted on July 18th, 2019

Whether you’re heading up to the tristate ‘Stang show in your fully restored 1965 Mustang, or driving to your county car enthusiast’s meet up in your rebuilt 1976 Chevy Caprice, you want to leave a lasting impression with every visitor and/or judge that stops by your vehicle.

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