6 edition of How to restore your collector car found in the catalog.
How to restore your collector car
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Tom Brownell with Jason Scott.|
|Contributions||Scott, Jason, 1969-|
|LC Classifications||TL152.2 .B76 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009000458|
This Auction Is For The Softcover Book Shown In The Photos: "How To Restore Your Collector Car" By Tom Brownell. The Softcover Book Is In Very Good Condition With Very Minor Wear. The Book Comes From A Smoke Free Environment And It Has No Rating: % positive. With prices of classic cars sadly out of the reach of the average collector, more and more enthusiasts are turning to restoring their dream cars themselves. But like all dreams, there's plenty of work to be done before you get there.
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Subject: Collector car restoration. ISBN | ISBN | Motorbooks Price: $ Nice book for a car restoration good color photos lots of information but it's made for a novice which is good.
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Working from decades of experience and a passion to share his knowledge, Brownell removes the mystery from auto restoration, giving you the confidence to tackle what might at first seem like an overwhelming task. How To Restore Your Collector Car Book Tom Brownell book manual.
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My restore experiences are limited, so I'm always looking for some words of wisdom on a job before I mess it up. You'll find there's more jobs that you can restore with the help of this book.
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How to Restore Your Collector Car, 2nd Edition is the one book no car restorer can do without. show more. About Tom Brownell.
A professor of technical writing at Ferris State University in Michigan, Tom Brownell's books include How To Restore Your Chevrolet Pickup and How To Restore Your Ford Pickup/5(6).
That's where How to Restore Your Camaro comes in. While some owners can afford to pay shops to perform a point restoration for show car competition, many owners want to perform a faithful, detailed restoration themselves, so the car maintains its collector value and use it as a fun weekend driver.
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Book is in great condition with no damage or writing on the Rating: % positive. And now, this great book has been made even better, with updated information for the Internet Age, "resto mod" ideas for adding aftermarket parts that make your old classic safer to drive, updates on the latest parts and trends, and much more.
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This topic is too large to cover in one volume, but this book presents a good, practical overview of the topic. Geared to the budget-minded DIY'er with an old car they want to restore to states ranging from "daily drivable" to "almost new" condition. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brownell, Tom, How to restore your collector car.
Osceola, Wis., USA: Motorbooks International, ©. How to Restore Your Mustang /delivers a detailed explanation for finding the right model, how to assess condition, how to spot a fake, and how to select the right car within your budget.
In addition, the book will cover how to plan, prepare, and select the right tools.How To Restore Your Collector Car. by Tom Brownell. Any book that gets reprinted after 25 years on the market must be doing something right!
Written by an author with a long string of how-to books to his name it is aimed at the DIYer as opposed to the checkbook restorer and thoroughly covers every step of turning a rusted hulk into gleaming concours queen.When you're ready for your next classic car restoration DIY project, head to The Motor Bookstore to find the car restoration guide for your make and model.
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