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Build A Workshop

November 24th, 2010 Comments Off on Build A Workshop

Every work bench has to have many tools within easy reach; the more the better. Here is a system that can accommodate a vast array of tools, is simple and inexpensive to put in place. First, build a sturdy bench 42 inches or waist high, glued to the wall or otherwise rock solid. Cover the wall behind this with ¾” or 5/8” plywood, glued, screwed or nailed well.


Name That Boat

November 16th, 2010 Comments Off on Name That Boat

by Howard P. Johnson Jr. As a kid I helped my Dad refinish and maintain his boats, by the time I was a teenager he was letting me handle the bottom and the varnish but never use the boat. I finished my first more recent Chris Craft restoration in `94 and couldn’t come up with a good name. The transom was huge and finally I settled on GIFT FROM OUR PAST. Later I admired PASTIMES, on another person’s transom. Naming


Automobile Tips

November 15th, 2010 Comments Off on Automobile Tips

I enjoy every issue of your magazine. I have been restoring cars since 1960. I have come up with a great many tips I would like to share with your readers. I will write up a few and when they will fit, you can put them in. Hello folks, I am Howard Johnson and I have been self employed since 1969 as the Antique Doctor, restoring cars, boats and furniture. Over the years I have invented and improved on many


Gas Tank Restoration

November 15th, 2010 Comments Off on Gas Tank Restoration

So you have a filthy rusty gas tank and you want to use it. Many people say throw it away; nothing is more obnoxious and dangerous than gas tank restoration. It ranks right up or down there with septic tank work. I have been astounded at the degree of vile filth that can grow inside an abandoned tank. Every deterioration situation is different so the quality of varnish(not the finishing kind) and oxide varies. Gasoline apparently breaks down both by


Winter Restoration

November 15th, 2010 Comments Off on Winter Restoration

By James B. Holler Hurry Home is the name that was painted on the side of a 1947 Ventnor raceboat as a gift for a son who was fighting in Korea. He activily raced the boat for a few years and stored it away in a barn where I found it in 1984, in need of restoration. Weldon Ferguson and I worked on it together for a year before it was ready to show. The boat has made a big

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