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He was there when rocks were invented, and he's got the automotive tips to prove it! Uncle Neil Maken has the wax paper, rubber tubing and know-how you need to lift your garage hobby to new heights.
America's favorite automotive curmudgeon is back with information you can put to good use - especially if it's time for you to buy a new set of tires. Ever wonder what all that malarkey printed on the sidewall means? Neil explains it all to you!
You'll be amazed by what you don't know about gas tanks! Luckily, everyone's favorite automotive curmudgeon, Neil Maken of Skinned Knuckles, is on hand to explain how not to blow yourself up.
Everyone's favorite cheapskate curmudgeon - and the distinguished editor of Skinned Knuckles magazine - stops by with more inexpensive and clever ideas for your garage.
If you've got a vintage collectible, then you need this primer on gas with Neil Maken, editor of Skinned Knuckles. With the addition of ethanol, gas is so dry nowadays that water will precipitate out of it. Your best defense? Keep your gas tank full!
Neil Maken of "Skinned Knuckles" fame is back with another fabulous segment. This time, Neil is dismantling his bathroom to make life easier in the garage, with cheap, ingenious tools, reacharounds, and great ideas you never thought of.
Back in the olden days, people put on a hat and tie to drive their car. Where did they turn when looking for specs and/or hard information on their ride? Books! - which you can find at secondhand bookstores and swap meets for a song.
Direct from the pages of his restoration mag, Neil Maken gives you budget-conscious, practical advice on how to maneuver through the wonderful world of gaskets.
The latest installment of shop tips for the budget-conscious gearhead. Need to rethread a bolt, but don't want to buy another tool?
How do you protect the leaf springs on your classic car from the dust and grime of the road? Mr. Skinned Knuckles himself, Neil Maken, hand delivers a pair of exquisite lace-up leather gaiters, custom made for Jay's Bentley 8-Litre.