Classic, Performance, and even daily drivers are covered here. We share maintenance, repair, and restoration tips and techniques for the beginner and advanced gear heads, alike.
We’re known by many names; shade tree mechanics, backyard mechanics, hobbyists, and do-it-yourself mechanics. From small engine repair, motorcycles, and motor vehicles - both gas and diesel - we cover it all.
We provide mechanical, interior, bodywork, and various other repairs how-to information. Vehicles can be unique and require different approaches to solving repair issues. Classic cars, modern computer-based vehicles, and electric vehicles are all supported here. If we don’t have the answers, we can tell you where to find them.
We have more than 50 years of performance automotive and mechanical experience:
Classic car restoration can be both frustrating and rewarding. Finding parts and support can be a difficult and challenging aspect of a project car.
We provide tips and resources to help you get your project on the road with quality.
Maintaining your car can be costly. It makes sense to try and do what you can on your own to keep it performing optimally.
I've been working in the automotive and performance automotive industry nearly my entire career. I have more than 50 years of mechanical and engine repair and rebuild experience.
I often helped people that couldn't afford to pay to have their vehicles fixed, when I owned my own shop. I'd help them by providing advice and guidance to do it themselves. This site has been developed in that same spirit - it embodies my life's work to help others do for themselves.
Our blog has advice, guidance, and step-by-step tutorials to help our visitors complete their own do-it-yourself automotive projects. We also provide reviews and tips and techniques for repair, restoration, and maintenance of your performance, classic, and daily driver vehicles. In addition, we post about small engine repair for mowers and much more.
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