One of the most annoying aspects of many older vehicles is door sag and alignment problems. This problem is generally caused by worn-out hinge pins and bushings due to wear over the years. Every time you open the door, it drops down slightly, and closing it requires you to slam the door to latch it all the way. In most cases, this dilemma can be solved by simply replacing the pins and bushings in the door hinges. The rebuild process isn't very difficult. The hardest part will be removing the hinges and getting the doors re-aligned after the hinges have been rebuilt. We were able to witness just how easy this rebuild was recently while we were at Early Classic Enterprises, and we watched them go through a set on a '65 Chevy C10.
Dear Early Classic Enterprises Customers,
In an effort to explore new endeavors, we have chosen to close our doors. We wish to thank you for your patronage over the past 24 years . We have enjoyed assisting with your projects. We would like you to know how much we have appreciated your business and support! Keep on Truckin'
Your friends at Early Classic Enterprises