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November 2015

Is Cyber Monday really worth it or just a Crock of Shit!?

Are Cyber Monday sales really a good deal? Is this the best time to buy parts for your muscle car restoration or pro touring project?

Well, in short, YES!

Any time you can get great parts for less money is amazing, right? Of course, right! And now is the time to beg the wife, the husband, your parents, the dog, etc. for spare change to buy parts with! On the bright side, you won’t need nearly as much! 50% off select items from Fesler Built means you can get a whole lot more stuff today!

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Fesler Car Care Hacks – #12: Luminous Tape Markers

Having trouble seeing in the garage at night? Try this quick tip to save yourself some trouble!


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Why you need billet aluminum parts on your pro touring car

Whether you are building a 1969 Camaro, a 1967 Mustang or a 1955 Bel Air, chances are those old, stock parts are just begging to be retired in favor of their more modern counterparts. When the time comes to replace those door handles, hood hinges or tail lights, consider an option that enhances both the appearance and performance of your vehicle – parts made from quality, aerospace-grade aluminum can both increase the functioning life of your pro touring or restoration project and add that extra bit of flair to the appearance of the car.

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November 19th Photo Blog

Another week has gone by in the Fesler Built shop and the projects are cruising right along. Here’s a peek at what we’ve been up to.

The 1969 GTO came in for some maintenance on the transmission as well as Fesler Billet hood hinges. It finished up with some adjustments to the coil-overs and is good to go.


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Fesler Car Care Hacks – #11: Cereal Bin Trash Can

Need a handy place to contain garbage in your vehicle? Try this tip!FCCH Trash Can.jpg

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Fesler offers a full line of Auto Detail products

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 16th, 2015

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Phone:                   480-748-2000



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SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Taking care of a daily driven car can be a lot of work, but keeping a hot rod or show car in pristine condition all the time can seem like a full-time job. Fesler Detail products make that job easier with superior design and high quality components to ensure that time spent maintaining a vehicle is never wasted. From the Hand Wash to the Brazilian Wax to the All-N-1 Detail Spray, Fesler detail products keep cars looking their best without hassle. When washing any car, keep Fesler Detail products in mind – safe, effective products that get the job done and never damage finishes or leave behind unsightly residues.

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Cars Uncut Magazine Features Fesler Built in Second Issue

Cars Uncut Magazine just released its new app along with its second issue, and Fesler Built is on the cover.

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Check out the app and read about the history of Fesler Built alongside excellent photos!


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I Learned Everything I Need to Know From Some Other Idiot on the Internet

Before you get the benefit of my EXPERT advice you have to listen to me remind you how the universe works. Pay attention you just might learn something.

There is a phenomenon in the car building world that I observe on a daily basis that just constantly reminds me knowledge and truth are in extremely short supply. As an example, let’s assume you do not know how to decide what components to put on your car, so you ask someone either directly or you put a post on your favorite forum. In the “good old days”, being from that time I elect not to call it “back in the day” because I did not give some nobody the right to rename my time zone, as your ability to ask people was directly limited by who you knew or who you could come across it was difficult to find people who knew how to answer your question. So you did what people did for centuries, you went to the library to research your subject. For those who have never turned to books for help, I will let you in on a little secret. Anything you want to know about any subject is certainly already known by someone else. Lots of those knowledgeable individuals wrote excellent books about their topic. This is how knowledge is shared and stored. It is documented then printed for others use. As this is an expensive proposition most individuals with inferior knowledge were not allowed to participate.

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November 12th Photo Blog

Now that SEMA is over, things have been getting back into a steady routine this week. Here’s what’s been going on in the shop.

The interior on the 1956 Cadillac is finished. Check out the sweet leather!

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