The Ultimate Guide to Do It Yourself abreak;abreak;Whether you are in need of a complete frame-up restoration for your beloved collector car, or simply a touch-up paint job or a fender, Matt Joseph knows the best way to get the job done and shows you how in Collector Car Restoration Bible. abreak;abreak;From the basics of paint and body work, to engine remachining, to complex brake, suspension and electrical system projects, Joseph covers all the bases in this exhaustive, full-color restoration guide. abreak;abreak;More than 1, 000 color photos show you every part of the complete restoration process. abreak;abreak;Learn to avoid the pitfalls and mistakes that can ruin a rebuild project. abreak;abreak;Complete descriptions of all the automotive systems: engine, electrical, body and chassis, brakes, exhaust, suspension and more. abreak;abreak;Practical, best-practice advice helps you reach your restoration goals abreak;abreak;You won't find a more complete collection of expert advice, great color photography and informed writing anywhere else. Collector Car Restoration Bible is the complete one-stop do-it-yourself resource you need.Saving some repair paint for a future emergency after you spray a car is usually futile, particularly if reds or browns are involved. ... The ultimate horror in this regard is the combination of orange peel and wheel marks that can be seen in many examples of contemporary body shop practice and, ... Finally, we come to modern finishes such as basecoat/ clearcoat systems, epoxy-acrylics, and polyurethanes.
|Title||:||Collector Car Restoration Bible|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2005-10-14|