Gives step-by-step instructions based on a minimum use of special tools. Owners can determine whether engine needs rebuilding or just simple maintenance. Rebuild steps are illustrated from beginning to end. Covers all years and models: 351C, 351M, 400, 429, 460.
|Series:||Haynes Automotive Repair Manuals|
Series LN, 2WD & 4WD models, 2.4 & 2.8 non-turbo Does not cover 2.4 turbo or 3.0 model s
|Series:||Chilton total car care|
Models covered; Honda Accord & Prelude (incl Vtec & 4WS) with 4 cyl and V6 petrol engines 1829cc sohc 12 valve carb (ES1) (ES2) (ET2) (A18A1) 1955cc sohc 12 valve carb (BS) (A20A1) (B20A3) 1955cc sohc 12 valve efi (BT) (A20A3) 1955cc dohc MPFI (B20A5) 2056cc dohc MPFI (B21A1) 2156cc sohc MPFI (F22A1) (F22A... read more
He was all things to motor racing - a man whose prodigious gifts earned him a place in history. In 1959 he became the world's youngest and New Zealand's first F1 Grand Prix winner - a record that would stand for almost 50 years. Tragically, on 2 June 1970, less than 11 years after his first Grand Prix success, Bruce Leslie Mc... read more
The New Zealand story of the italian motoring icon the Fiat 500, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2007.This is a picture driven history of the cars place in New Zealand's curious industrial landscape of the 1950s and 1960s, as well as its "life" - the racing, the owners, the excursion to Antarctica. It is an affection... read more
Ford of Britain began manufacturing cars in 1911, with the legendary Model T but now the company has ceased to build cars bearing its own name in the UK. This timely tribute tells how Ford came to dominate the British motor industry in the post-war years and presents a rich cavalcade of much-loved cars, from the Anglia, Consu... read more
This TWtD book covers British cars powered by American engines and American cars fitted with British power plants, all built from the 1930s to 1970s. Many of the American-powered British makes offered for sale were often built with everything from trials and rallies to road racing in mind. For enthusiasts, the American V8 in ... read more
Getting behind the wheel of a Caterham Seven is one of the most exhilarating experiences imaginable for a keen driver. Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Lotus Seven, the second edition of this informative book includes details of the models produced in the five years since the first edition was published,... read more
Here is the definitive history of one of Britain's most important automotive marques, not only the cars but Ferguson tractors and military aero engines too.
The Author, Les Pearson has developed an exceptional career in both repairing and restoring the Model 'A' Ford automobile. His many years of hands on experience have enabled him to be very knowledgeable on every aspect of these fine vehicles, especially right hand drive. Les thought it was time to share his expertise, and has... read more
Cars are frequently an expression of their owners' personalities and the wealth of examples included here along with their owners' stories are testament to the importance many of us attach to safeguarding this personal space while making it our public face. MY COOL CLASSIC CAR features approximately 42 vehicles from around th... read more
This is a sumptuous photographic record of the Citroen DS in all its myriad forms. Launched as a futuristic vision in 1955, the DS family of cars continued in production for just over 20 years, evolving through two distinct styling phases, three key bodyshell types (saloon, estate and cabriolet), numerous specification change... read more
This book, now available in paperback, takes a sideways look at the world of Minis by featuring 30 of the world's most extreme and unusual Mini-based cars. Coverage ranges from Belgian extrovert 'Mad Frank's' twin big-block V8-engined example to bike-engined Minis, including along the way an ice-racing car, a rear-engined Hon... read more
This book is a high quality coloured production with over 150 photographs and tells the inside story of how Tom Walkinshaw Racing carried out this sometimes controversial motor racing programme for Jaguar Cars UK, from 1982–1987.
New Zealander Allan Scott who instigated and managed TWR’s Race Engine Division over 15 yea... read more
William Morris was Britain's most prominent industrialist of the inter-war years. At one stage his famous 'Bullnose' Morris, made in his ever-expanding works in the Oxford suburb of Cowley, took 41 per cent of the British market - a figure no other domestic manufacturer has ever achieved. The first Morris car was built in 1... read more
Bathurst is a richly photographed account of the most heart-stopping wins, worst tragedies and biggest disputes in the remarkable history of Australian motor racing's holy grail. Renowned racing journalist Gordon Lomas captures it all - from the perennial Holden and Ford rivalry, to the triumphs of legends such as Peter Brock... read more
Few names in the automobile industry evoke as much glamour as Ferrari. From its inception as a motor racing team in the late 1920s to its position today as one of the world's leading car manufacturers, Ferrari has produced some of the most alluring and iconic machines ever to grace both the racetrack and the road. Ferrari Leg... read more
From amphibious automobiles to record-breaking supercars, "Top Gear's 100 Maddest Cars" is a truly bonkers collection of the craziest cars we've ever encountered. From the amazing and ambitious to the downright rubbish, this book is packed with facts and stats on the strangest things on four (and sometimes more) wheels. Even ... read more