How to Source Parts for Classic Cars

Whether you're planning to tackle a vehicle restoration by yourself or with help from a repair shop, you're going to need to source parts at some point. It's easy to get ...
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How to Choose a Classic Car Shop

Classic cars—what's not to love? Well, until your classic car is up and running smoothly, there's potentially a lot. Every car is different, with its own history, quirks and ...
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Fast Forward Garage: Episode 3

Our original web series Fast Forward Garage takes you inside a real shop in Dayton, Ohio as they upgrade their equipment—and their business—with Forward Lift.
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Fast Forward Garage: Episode 2

Have you checked out our original web series Fast Forward Garage yet? It's all about how a real shop in Dayton, Ohio is gearing up for the next chapter of their business with ...
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Introducing "Fast Forward Garage"

What happens when a third-generation auto shop gets a boost in business like someone flipped a nitrous switch?  You're about to find out in our new web series, Fast Forward ...
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What’s the Perfect Shop Size? The Pros and Cons of Big and Small.

When it comes to shop size, is bigger better? That depends. Bigger hopefully means more revenue. After all, you have more bays for more repairs. But all those bays—and the ...
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Top Ten Rules for Safe Operation of a Lift

Increased productivity—which leads to increased cashflow—is the goal of every shop. But that can’t come at the cost of safety. In fact, nothing can ruin productivity like an ...
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Get Your Revenue Up by Going Low

Sometimes, you need to get a vehicle way off the ground so it’s easier for techs to maneuver under it. But there are times when you don’t need much lift out of your lift. Just ...
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The Most Overlooked Lift Feature? The Warranty.

Getting new equipment for a shop is exciting. It’s good for your productivity, which means it’s good for your revenue. And techs love new toys, so it keeps them happy and ...
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Same Home Garage. Twice the Parking.

When you were young, how many cars did you see in your future driveway? A lot, right? There were probably convertibles, monster trucks and sporty little coupes that pushed a ...
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