A clear step-by-step illustrated workshop manual with precious instructions how to make the maintenance and repairing of your car.
Includes all in-line petrol engined models, 74 - 87, up to E
1.6 litre (1622cc), 1.7 litre (1700cc), 1.8 litre (1798cc) and 2.0 litre (1994cc)
Does NOT cover V8 or Diesel models, or bodies and conversions produced by specialist manufacturers
The ultimate guide of the ’Lightweight’ Land Rover. Many previously unpublished facts and figures. Includes prototype and pre-production vehicles, Series IIA and 3 models, and foreign services variants. A must have for the military Land Rover enthusiast and a superb owners reference.
The Series II [1958-61] and Series IIA [1961-71] Land Rovers defined the iconic shape of the vehicle which is still instantly recognizable in today’s utility models from Land Rover. Compiled over nearly thirty years, with the aid of reference material produced by Land Rover and many dedicated enthusiasts, this comprehensive guide to the specifications of the Series II and IIA vehicles looks not only at Land Rovers as they were when they left the assembly lines but also at dozens of options and ’approved’ special conversions - and some which did not receive factory approval, too.
The Series III Land Rovers enjoyed a long production run of nearly fifteen years, taking over from the Series IIA types in 1971 up to 1985. The book follows it predecessor, Land Rover Series II and IIA Specification Guide, in trying to establish how its subject vehicles would have been when they were new. Compiled over a period of more than thirty years, the book draws on extensive reference material from Land Rover itself, and on the observations and knowledge of an army of enthusiasts.
The vehicle covered in this book is the Series I. The first section of this book covers a low cost Ã´rolling-rebuildÃ¶ for those not wishing to carry out a full restoration. Part two covers a total restoration program. Details included are for repairing the chassis, electrics, seats, wings, bulkhead, doors, steering box and ball joints, brakes and suspension, engine overhaul, gearbox and transfer gear, reassembly.
A complete identification guide to the Simca Aronde, from Simca 9, Aronde 1300, P60 to Rush with history of the production, technical evolution, specifications, tips for maintaining and many illustrations.
Comprehensive information on the development and history of these fine British cars. Includes expert tips on buying and restoring the various models, plus detailed model-by-model descriptions, competition achievements, and technical specs. Recommended!
Here is a complete, detailed guide to restoring the Volkswagen Beetle. It deals with all models from 1953 to the close of Mexican production in 2003. The New Beetle is not covered, only the traditional, rear-engined models. Illustrated step by step instructions cover all mechanical, electrical and body restoration with instructions to tell you how to make replacement panels, how to weld, how to use filler and how to paint. There is even a useful buyer`s guide. This book is an invaluable guide for any owner, restorer or prospective owner of a classic VW Beetle.
A complete guide to the restoration of your VW Bus, with full coverage of body and chassis repairs, suspension, steering and brakes, plus trim and paint. It also covers the tools, equipment and workshop techniques needed to make your Bus look like new once more.
Even the rustiest examples of Volkswagen’s second-generation ’Bay’ Transporter fetch solid money and imports from drier climes continue to appear on British roads, so the case for restoring one of these hugely popular vehicles is increasingly attractive. Using the trusted Haynes practical approach, this all-colour manual follows the restoration of a 1971 Panel van and a 1979 Devon camper from beginning to end. Featuring hundreds of photographs and helpful diagrams where necessary, this is the only guide to restoring (or part-restoring) a ’Bay’ you will ever need.
A vintage reprint of original Volkswagen repair information for all Type 1 (Beetle e Karmann Ghia) models soli in the USA and Canada. This manual is an historical record of the illustrations and procedures for routine maintenance, troubleshooting, repair and rebuilding.
Your complete and definitive guide to ground-up Beetle restoration. Contents include: how to renovate chassis and bodywork - including the renewal of major panels and repainting, how to renovate interiors - including the re-covering of seats and renewal of the hood, how to give new life to mechanical and electrical components - including engine.