Part 2 of the definitive five-part book series about classic automobile engineering covers transmissions, brakes, wheels, tires, and more.
The Classic Cars and Automobile Engineering series spans five volumes with more than 1500 images and diagrams for enthusiasts, collectors, and mechanics. Includes:
– Digitally restored images and diagrams
– Big 7” x 10” pages
– Easy to read writing style
– Author’s original page layouts
– Classic type font and hand-drawn lettering
– Bold retro-style cover
Everything that you ever wanted to know about the inner workings of antique cars, trucks, bikes, engines, tractors, and more is included in this expansive tome of knowledge. Originally printed in 1926, this vast wealth of knowledge for classic car lovers was digitally restored and enhanced by writer-historian Mark Bussler and the CGR Publishing Restoration Workshop for a new generation of automobile enthusiasts.
This detailed, illustrated book collection is a must-have reference guide for all owners of period automobiles, motorcycles, and anything powered by early 20th-century engines. Enlarged and printed on large 7” by 10” pages, The Classic Cars and Automobile Engineering series is designed for easy reading in the shop or library. Subjects covered in Volume 2 include transmissions, axles, brakes, wheels, tires, and classic Fords.
Table of contents:
– Chapter 1: Transmissions
– Chapter 2: Rear Axles and Final Drive
– Chapter 3: Brakes
– Chapter 4: Steering Apparatus
– Chapter 5: Frames and Special Type of Drive
– Chapter 6: Springs and Shock Absorbers
– Chapter 7: Front Axles and Bearings
– Chapter 8: Wheels
– Chapter 9: Rims
– Chapter 10: Tires
– Chapter 11: Ford Construction and Repair