Technical Info

Classic Vehicle Identification

Buick Cadillac Chevrolet Chrysler DeSoto Dodge Ford Henry J Hudson Kaiser / Frazer Lincoln Mercury Nash Oldsmobile Packard Plymouth Pontiac Studebaker Volkswagen Willys Also of Interest: Popular Automatic Transmission Identification Chart Early Ford Beam Axle [Read More…]
Making Sense of Synthetic Lubricants
How To & DIY

How To Make Sense of Synthetic Lubricants

All of us have seen countless ads telling us to change our engine oil every 3000 miles. But what are we to believe? Or more relevant, what is right for you? This article has the facts about synthetic oils, petroleum based oils, and additives so that you can make an informed decision about what is right for your cars. [Read More…]
1946-53 American Classic Car Technical Sheets
Technical Info

1946-53 American Classic Car Technical Sheets

The following American Classic Car Technical Sheets show exploded views of all major body parts and the corresponding OEM part numbers and frame dimensions. 1946-49 models also include electrical wiring diagrams. This information is invaluable [Read More…]
Common Firing Orders
Technical Info

Common Firing Orders

MSD Ignition created this helpful chart that display many common V8 firing orders and distrubutor direction for AMC, Buick, Chevy, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac. [Read More…]
Benifits of Fuel Injection
Automotive Basics

Understanding the Benefits of Fuel Injection

Fuel injection is an electronic system which injects fuel into an engine to burn. Nowadays, fuel injectors have become the primary fuel system in automotive engines. Earlier, carburetors were used in place of fuel injectors. In simple words, fuel injectors provide a way for fuel into an engine’s combustion chambers. [Read More…]
Mechanical Fuel Pumps vs. Electric Fuel Pumps
Technical Info

Mechanical Fuel Pumps vs. Electric Fuel Pumps

A fuel pump is a basic essential component that is a part of every vehicle. Fuel has to be pumped from the fuel tank to the engine, and it has to be delivered under low pressure to the carburetor. There are two different types of fuel pumps, mechanical and electrical, but mechanical is quickly dying out. [Read More…]