All Muscle Cars (Universal)
About this Product:
Author: Harvey White
Format: Paperback, 224 Pages
Muscle cars were made to be driven, not entombed in a museum or show garage. The trouble is, classic muscle cars--those built between 1964 and 1974--are nearly half a century old and need a bit more maintenance and care than last year’s model. 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 on the road.
With clearly outlined and illustrated information on all major systems--including suspension, steering, & brakes; wheels & tires; engine; cooling; exhaust; fuel; ignition & electrical; transmission; rear axle & driveshaft; accessories; bodywork; interior & upholstery--this book puts the welfare of your muscle car into good hands: yours.
Quayside Publishing books show customers how to use the parts and accessories, instilling the confidence to tackle projects for maintenance, repair, customization, or performance. Beyond repair manuals, these books are tailored to the enthusiast who cares for their vehicles. The books are detailed, full of color photographs and filled with DIY project ideas.
About the Author:
Author Harvey White has always appreciated muscle cars. He was fortunate enough to be a teenager in the 1970s when muscle cars were plentiful and inexpensive. While he was still in high school he purchased his first muscle car, a 1969 Olds 442, from its original owner for $500. He has owned and driven a muscle car ever since. His current car is a 1968 Oldsmobile 442 convertible. It’s been his daily driver for the past 23 years. Harvey works as an engineering manager in the computer industry. Previously, he owned an automotive service shop that specialized in automotive wiring, fuel injection, and carburetion. He decided to write this book to pass on what he has learned through years of experience keeping muscle cars alive.