This originality guide covers the classic Mercedes SL sports cars from the W113 ’Pagoda’ of 1963 to the R129 which ended production in 2003. Model-by-model, with hundreds of pictures, it gives you all the details of correct factory specifications and equipment, including body panels, external trim and badging, paint colours, interior trim and trim colours, dashboard, instruments and switches, under-bonnet components, engine and transmission, lamps, and all other features right down to the tool kit, from the beginning of production to the end. All this detailed information is vital to the buyer, owner and restorer.
This detailed and beautifully illustrated book covers the Mercedes-Benz 129-series, which ran from 1989 to 2001. Written by a respected motoring writer, with many years’ ownership of the Mercedes SL models behind him, this will no-doubt prove to be the definitive study of the subject. All major markets are looked at, giving a true picture of what was available, where and when. Extensive appendices cover engine specifications, chassis numbers, build numbers, and much more. Covers 300SL, 300SL-24, 500SL, 600SL, SL280, SL320, SL500, SL600, SL 55 AMG, SL 60 AMG, SL 73 AMG, 1981 to 2001.
The T Series MGs, starting with the TA introduced in 1936, represent the absolute archetype of the British sports car. They are recognised on the road by more people - including ’non-motoring’ people - than almost any other model of classic car. They provide the authentic experience of sports car driving: the snug two-seater cockpit, quick steering, firm suspension, flat cornering, snappy gearchange and lively engine. The book covers TA to TF, including variants such as the Airline coupé and the Arnolt MG.
A clear step-by-step illustrated workshop manual with precious instructions how to make the maintenance and repairing of all MGA models from 1955 up to 1962, covering MGA Coupee & Roadster (incl. Twin Cam) with 1489, 1588 & 1622cc OHV and with 1588cc DOCH.
Give new life to your MGB! With the aid of nearly 1,400 illustrations, and a text aimed at the do-it-yourselfer, this information-packed volume provides detailed, step-by-step information on everything you need to renovate your MGB body, interior, upholstery, engine, and electrical components. Contains complete and detailed information on how to build a Heritage MGB, and tells how to buy an MGB, MGC or MGB V8 and the pitfalls to avoid. The finest MGB restoration book published to date.
The Manual provides the MGF or TF owner with a complete workshop guide to mechanical and body restoration for the cars. With the MGF in production between 1995 and 2001, and the MG TF until 2011, many of the cars have survived in a structurally and mechanically sound state, without the huge costs and complications of needing a complete body restoration that is so often the case with pre-1980 MGs.
Concise and easy to read repair manuals, originally published by Autobooks and out of print from many years, are now finally again available. These books have not been updated from the last publications; they are reproductions of the original manuals. Guaranteed to be your close companion in the shop.
Concise and easy to read repair manuals, originally published by Autobooks and out of print from many years. These books are reproductions of the original manuals. Guaranteed to be your close companion in the shop.
Like the Nova before it, the Vauxhall Corsa has proved to be a big hit with the car modifying world. But how to choose from the endless variety of products available, and how to fit them? Now Haynes and Max Power magazine have joined forces to produce a stylish full-colour title on DIY modifying, covering everything from fitting a sunstrip to ICE installs and bodywork mods. Make your Corsa stand out – and know that you’ve done all the work yourself!
The definitive guide for original factory specifications and model evolution with detailed specs for each model year, including options. Full of 250 detailed color photos that features the intricacies and beauty of the body, interior, and magic under the hood, the result is a complete presentation like no other.
The Porsche 911 has appeared in many forms since the first car rolled off the production line in 1964. With changes being made almost every single year, the model range is difficult to untangle. This book is designed to clarify the situation. It documents clearly and simply all the different models and variants of 911 produced since 1964.
A technical documentation about the rallying and sporting Porsches from 1965 with the analysis of the technical modifications on engines, chassis and bodies. Packed with pictures and detailed information.