My Classic Car is a weekly television program that captures America’s love affair with the automobile. Dennis Gage, the handlebar mustachioed host, takes you along for the ride and keeps it entertaining with his unique perspective and enthusiasm for all things automotive.
Since its premiere in 1996, the My Classic Car with Dennis Gage TV show has become an icon in the collector car hobby and it has something for everyone. From daily-drivers to Duesenberg’s – from local cruise-ins to the most prestigious car shows in the world, this program covers it all…
Deep in the engine compartment, you find the heart of the brake system, the master cylinder. The master cylinder is a hydraulic pump that supplies hydraulic fluid under pressure to each of the wheels. Anything affecting the braking system of a vehicle is of utmost importance to the safety of the passengers. [More…]
24,000 – That’s how many man-hours it took to build the “NewMad”. 24,000 hours and 1.3 million dollars. Hot rod designer Chris Ito was commissioned to pen the redesign. The NewMad began its life as the first generation Chevrolet Nomad, the halo model wagon derived from the Motorama Corvette of 1953-54. [More…]