2 edition of How to keep your muscle car alive found in the catalog.
How to keep your muscle car alive
|LC Classifications||TL152 .W485 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||2009277953|
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That’s where this book comes in. Drawing on decades of experience, Harvey White lays out the steps for keeping a muscle car alive, day after day, year after year.
His book shows how an owner with a modicum of mechanical ability can do the basic repairs and maintenance to keep a muscle car /5(3).
How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive: Maintenance, Suspension, Brakes, Engine, etc - Home How-To Books Car Restoration How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive: Maintenance, Suspension, Brakes, Engine, Fuel System, more. How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive by Harvey White Jr.
is a brand new release from Motorbooks and is part of the Motorbooks Workshop series of technical titles. This book is a neat reference material for any owner of an aging muscle car or hot rod.
That’S Where This Book Comes How to keep your muscle car alive book. Drawing On Decades Of Experience, Harvey White Lays Out The Steps For Keeping A Muscle Car Alive, Day After Day, Year After Year. His Book Shows How An Owner With A Modicum Of Mechanical Ability Can Do The Basic Repairs And Maintenance To Keep A Muscle Car On The Road.
You’ll find step-by-step car restoration guides, manuals and books for Corvette, Mustang, VW and just about any other make and model vehicle. From modifying a muscle car to practical ways to restore an old GM truck, we’re the go-to source for all your needs. With information on major systems - suspension, steering, brakes, wheels, transmission, tires, engines, cooling, exhaust, fuel, ignition and electrical systems, rear axle and driveshaft, and upholstery - this title shows how those with a modicum of mechanical skill can do the maintenance and repairs necessary to keep their muscle car alive.
Cornering and handling is becoming a critical part of any performance car, and the great American muscle machines have the potential to do so on par with many modern sports cars. Author Mark Savitske has made a career out of improving the suspension design and performance of these great cars, and all of his experience is evident on the pages of.
Muscle Car Confidential is a tell-all, behind-the-scenes look at muscle cars when they were new; the truth behind the whole muscle car era as told by someone who lived it firsthand and whose articles helped create the myth that will continue to live into the s: When automotive manufacturers stuffed large V-8 engines into intermediate-size cars, the American muscle car was born.
Built from on, the vast majority of these amazingly fast machines did not carry cutting-edge chassis and suspension systems, and now these cars are up to 50 years old.
How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive. Motorbooks. $ By: Harvey White. The engineers who designed your muscle car never even began to consider what it would take to make a vehicle last 30 to 40 years or more.
Book Description The great American muscle cars of the s and s were not lacking in horsepower, but their handling and. Owning a muscle car that looks old and rusted is missing the point.
So if you are going to own a muscle car, you should take the opportunity to give it a good detailing. Give it a good washing – including underneath – and then apply a coat of wax. You want your car to look its best, and a. How to Keep Your Collector Car Alive by Josh B. Malks; How to Keep Your Muscle Car Alive [paperback] by Harvey White Jr.
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Muscle Cars, Santa Fe Writers Project,is a short story collection written by Pushcart nominated author, Stephen G. Eoannou. With eighteen stories that range from 30 to 3 pages in length, Muscle Cars deals with an array of subjects including trauma, divorce, street violence, house hunting, and stealing the head of a famous baseball player/5(11).
This is the real world, and these cars belong to men and women just like you who love their muscle cars and are willing and capable of spending the sweat equity it takes to keep. 77 Must-Know Muscle Car Tips And Tricks. We asked and pleaded and finally got our stable of magazine car guys to open up and expound on.
Revisit the glorious s and early s, when cars from Reynolds Buick, Yeakel Chrysler-Plymouth, Mel Burns Ford, and others created the lasting muscle car legacy through innovative advertising and over-the-top performance. Detailed text and more than historic photos and illustrations provide the history of those dealerships.
When you've finished restoring a car, or you've found an amazing deal on all the necessary parts for a collectible, it's time to figure out how to sell a muscle car. More than likely you'll want to sell to a muscle car enthusiast community that will give you the biggest bang for your buck.
The American muscle marcs of the s and early s were some of the hairiest, scariest and most memorable machines ever to grace the pavement. With ridiculously big engines stuffed with midsized bodies, and often covered in hood scoops, spoilers, distinctive decals and striking paint jobs, these mighty beasts scared the daylights out of /5(1).
Some car books assume a chronological angle in their study of the auto, considering myriad types of car and examining changes through the decades, while others focus on a particular type of vehicle (the muscle car being a good example) and, often, look at a more distinct period of time -- both the s and s receive particular attention.
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It probably has a lot to do with scale. Muscle cars of the 60's were a lot bigger than your average sedan, but cars have gotten much bigger over the years. If someone were to preserve the scale of a muscle car vs. regular car, the damn thing would be massive.
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