How to Repair Plastic Bodywork

Practical, Money-Saving Techniques for Cars, Motorcycles, Trucks, ATVs, and Snowmobiles

How to Repair Plastic Bodywork
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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9780760352724
Publisher: Motorbooks
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If you do your own mechanical work, you know some repairs are possible and others are not. Now suppose a whole range of "impossible" repairs suddenly were made practical and easy!  Let plastic repair industry guru Kurt Lammon show you the ropes in his book How To Repair Plastic Bodywork. The original color edition of this book is now out of print, replaced by this freshly designed black and white version that takes Do-It-Yourself restorers carefully through each step of the plastic repair process. Cars, motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, and even household appliances all have plastic parts that can be repaired properly with the right techniques.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9780760352724
Size: 8.3 in x 10.5 in / 210.82 mm x 266.7 mm
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