One of the first things you notice when you look at the interior of any car is the steering wheel. Years of handling tends to make them ratty and, frankly, disgusting. A fresh steering wheel almost feels like fitting a good pair of new shoes.
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By Chris Petris Tools needed: Phillips head screwdriver small flat head screwdriver small plastic wedge (from auto glass shop) socket wrench 7mm socket 10mm socket 9/32″ socket custom tool from heavy gauge wire (see below) Have your turn signals stopped working? Do you want to replace your factory stereo or add an auxiliary input? Are… Read more »
By Chris Petris Spring is just around the corner and as the temperature rises, so does our desire for an A/C system that performs at optimal levels. Although it is still chilly in many areas, now is the time to tackle any pesky A/C issues your C5 may have before the toasty warmth… Read more »
By Chris Petris Let’s face it: summer has officially arrived. If you have not already done so, now is the time to make sure that your Corvette is ready for vacation travel, car shows, and everyday commuting in extreme temperatures. Use this brief guide to ensure that you address all of the major summer maintenance… Read more »
Ever since they were designed into the 1958 Corvette, passenger side dash inserts have been a somewhat of a headache for Corvette owners. The OEM inserts were subject to damage that the rest of the interior could generally resist. In a short time span, these inserts became dinged, dented or scratched, making the dash of… Read more »