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Perhaps your vehicle is getting tired, in need of some maintenance, or just plain worn out. If the body is in good shape, it may be worth putting some repair …

Question: I just bought a 1998 Toyota Camry with a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder engine. Now that the previous owners air freshener has worn off, I noticed a strong mould odour in …

Question: Is there any way to measure if headlights are putting out sufficient light to match Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Requirements and Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards?Answer: This is …

Willy’s Garage

with Paul Williamson

Rag doll

Mustang convertible a reliable, stylish summer cruiser

When Ford introduced the Mustang in New York at the World’s Fair in April 1964 as a 1965 model, it had more than just a hunch the car would be …

Worn distributor bushings may be the culprit

Question: I took my 1966 Dodge Charger classic car out of storage for the summer, and it isn’t running very well. It has a 318-cubic-inch V-8 engine with two-barrel carb …

Tundra TRD Pro worth every penny

On the surface, adding $15,000 in options to a $42,000 truck may seem ludicrous. But to a small percentage of truck guys that’s just a drop in the bucket.Those big …

Classic Cruising

with Larry D’Argis

Heavy hitter

Dodge Dart Swinger tribute covers all the bases

The new compact Dodge Dart hit showrooms in 1963 as a replacement for the previous Lancer model introduced in 1961. Slightly larger than the Lancer, it offered styling similar to …

Classy coupe

Rare Lincoln a strikingly beautiful design

In the 1950s, Lincoln bore strong styling ties to the Mercury, until 1956. With the formation of the Continental division and the introduction of the Continental Mk II, the Lincoln …

Golden MOPAR

Fifty years later muscular Dodge Charger still thrills

A golden anniversary isn’t something to be taken lightly. The 50-year mark is really a cause for celebration, and this year, the party belongs to the 1966 Dodge Charger.The early …

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