Classic Industries is known as a one-stop shop for your classic muscle car. Whether it’s mechanical, electrical, interior, or exterior, they have all the parts you could want or need to get your project car into the best shape possible. However, did you also know that they are a tech resource as well? We recently came across their line of how-to videos, aimed at the DIY crowd, titled “That’s How It’s Done”.
Providing valuable guidance on subjects such as replacing a steering wheel, or how to decode your cowl information, plate and VIN, among other things, the lineup is currently very broadly aimed, so as to be as inclusive as possible.
“We’re planning to keep them general for the most part, for now,” said Edward Navarro of Classic Industries. “Once we get more comfortable with the mechanics of production and distribution, we’ll look at focusing them a little more. We might even consider getting manufacturers involved for specific products.”
With fourteen videos currently on the Classic Industries’ YouTube page, there are currently more in the works. “It’s definitely going to be an ongoing series,” Navarro continued. “Up until this point, it’s been tough making the time to get them planned, produced, and edited, but we’ll be refocusing our efforts on them after we get back from the SEMA Show.”
Whether you are a visual or audio learner, having a DIY resource like the Classic Industries’ That’s How It’s Done video series only a few clicks of your mouse or smartphone away, can not only help you plan your projects out, by showing you that it’s possible to do something yourself, but also how to accomplish the task at hand.