How to fix your antique headboard

In the 1950s and 1960s, many British cars were powered by a motor driven by a tiny wooden frame that could be mounted on a wood frame, or by a rubber frame on a steel frame.

But the wood frame that made them so popular had a few issues, and the wood frames in the 1970s and 1980s suffered from overheating and other problems.

Now, though, an all-new version of the classic headboard can be made of wood, using the same principle as before, except that the wood is more durable.

If you want to be safe, you could always mount the wooden frame on an iron board instead of a rubber one.

 This article was originally published by Slate.

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