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Ohio student awarded TechForce scholarship

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Jonathon Miranda studies at Ohio Technical College

Fender bender: My ’67 MBG GT was repaired but with period-incorrect fender

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This is the second in a series of stories about the hands-on restoration of a practical British sports car

Summer camp offers intro to classic car restoration

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Penn College of Technology program covers sheet metal, paint, upholstery and more

Andy restores a 1967 MGB GT

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This is the first in a series of stories about the hands-on restoration of a practical British sports car
Meet Gone Mad, the 1955 Chevrolet Nomad built by Noah Alexander and Classic Car Studio. | Screenshot

Meet Gone Mad, Noah Alexander’s favorite resto-mod build

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Sometimes we all need to go a little crazy on a Tri-Five Chevy
The winner of Goodguys Custom & Rod Association's Youngguys program will win a trip to this year's SEMA Show. | Goodguys photo

Goodguys will send winner of youth car-building program to SEMA Show

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First time in more than 30 years such a prize will be offered
Andrew Schulte had to rebuild his 1993 Nissan 240SX to meet Formula Drift Pro2 standards, but he made some performance upgrades along the way. | Screenshot

Watch Andrew Schulte get his 240SX ready for Formula Drift Pro2

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This is the journey of bringing a car up to Formula Drift competition level
You've planned, wrenched, cussed and bled. Now, it's time to get that restoration project finished so you can take it out and enjoy it. | Jake Mayne photos

Project management: Let’s finish this restoration already!

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After all that hard work, it's time to finish the job and enjoy the car
It's important to stay organized when executing a restoration. Jake has some tips to keep your part orders straight. | Jake Mayne photo

Project management: Let’s get this restoration started

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In Part 3, Jake shows you how to execute on your restoration
Ron Francis Wiring offers tips on how to tell if it’s time to replace a battery cable. | Screenshot

How to tell if it’s time to replace a battery cable

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They can corrode so badly they won’t carry a current