• Eastwood’s ‘Shop Talk’, Episode 21: Kevin Tetz Talks Shop With Mark Lambert, Host of Classic Car Restoration for DIY Network

    In 2003, Mark began a new chapter in his life, becoming the host of Classic Car Restoration for DIY Network. Now, owner of Lambert Auto in Nashville, Tennessee, Mark takes the time to chat with Kevin and exchange their philosophies of communicating with small business and shop owners.  Click Here To Read Full Post...
  • Autobody Teacher and Students Teach How to Paint A Car using Eastwood Products

    Donnie Smith's (AKA "Butler Collision") YouTube channel has for a while now been a wealth of FREE knowledge for anyone interested in learning more about the collision or autobody hobby and trade. Recently Donnie and his students decided to tackle a color change on a 2003 Mustang and document the supplies, costs, and time needed to do the job. Along the way they're using DIY-geared Eastwood products to help make the job easier AND more cost effective. We're excited to see how the car turns out and maybe we'll even learn a thing or two ourselves along the way! Make sure you follow the project on their Collision Blast Blog.  Click Here To Read Full Post...
  • West Coast Report 37th Edition by John Gilbert

    What the heck, lets do something a little different for the West Coast Report this week, and take a look at the results of restoring an automobile. The following is an article I wrote last year for American Hard Assets magazine on the collector car market. Maybe you’re at the front end of a restoration project, and need a little boost to your spirits to see things right up to putting your car on the market. Maybe not, at any rate I suggest a spritz of Eastwood Carpet Adhesive to the freshen the air about you, and spend a little time reading this weeks West Coast Eastwood to brighten your day… thank you.   Click Here To Read Full Post...
  • 2014 Grand National Roadster Show

    This past weekend was the 65th annual Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS) and it proved to be one of the largest and most memorable yet. With the feature exhibit this year being the "Century of Speed" celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Bonneville, high profile show cars to be debuted, a live charity pin striping auction, new Americas Most Beautiful Roadster Contestants (AMBR) and a forecast for perfect SoCal weather, we knew it was gonna be good. I decided to skip town and get out of the record cold temps in Eastwood-Country to check out the show.   Click Here To Read Full Post...