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How To: Diagnose and Replace a GM HVAC Blower Motor

Posted by David Alkire on Jan 8th 2021

Is Your AC Not Blowing Air? Car Heater Not Working?How to Diagnose and Replace a GM HVAC Blower Motor Driving a classic muscle car or truck is part of the rewards of ownership and being comfortable when driving adds to the experience. If your AC is not blowing air or car heater is not working, your comfort level may be at risk. Figure 1: Your HVAC blower motor in your c …
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Muscle Car Seat FoamClassic Car Interior Restoration Figure 1:Very nicely restored front bucket seats using new seat foam Of the four components that make up your muscle car’s front bucket seat (seat frame, seat springs, seat foam, and upholstery), seat foam is an item that serves multiple functions in that it will determine the level of comfort and support the driver …
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Muscle Car Seat Restoration Classic Car Upholstery and Interior Restoration Kits Figure 1: Nicely restored 69 Chevelle front bucket seats There is nothing better that rowing the gears of the 4-speed in your favorite muscle car on a sunny day, that is unless the front bucket seats in your ride squeak and don’t provide you with the comfort and support they wer …
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HOW TO DETERMINE IF YOU HAVE A HARDTOP OR SEDAN BODY STYLE

Posted by David Alkire on Oct 19th 2020

HOW TO DETERMINE IF YOU HAVE A HARDTOP OR SEDAN BODY STYLE Picture this; its late at night and your about to order an interior for your classic muscle car online and the parts are shown to fit either a Hardtop or Sedan Body style. Are you positive which one you have? It’s a frequently asked question and depending on the parts your ordering for your muscle car project, it …
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Product Spotlight: 1975-80 CHEVROLET C10 TRUCK “CHEYENNE” FENDER EMBLEM Figure 1:New Trim Parts "Cheyenne" fender emblem shown If you are lucky enough to own a 1975-80 Chevrolet square body truck then you know how hot these trucks are right now. The good news is that production ran for 14 years and there were a lot of them made. The bad news is that most of these tru …
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