The VW Air-Cooled Engine Repair and Maintenance

The VW Air-Cooled Engine Repair and Maintenance
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Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781785003752
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Description

Volkswagen's air-cooled engine is a simple and reliable unit that can be maintained by anyone with a basic tool kit and a willingness to learn.  The VW Air-Cooled Engine is your guide, giving highly illustrated step-by-step descriptions covering all the tasks you are likely to encounter, from routine servicing to dismantling and rebuilding a type 1 engine.  Most of the operations described in the book can be applied to the type 4 unit used in 1700, 1800 and 2-litre Transporter models as well.  

The author

Having owned and repaired various models of Volkswagen since 1969, Ken Cservenka is a well known figure around the VW show scene. As well as being an occasional Concours d' Elegance judge, he is well known for his photography. His articles, photography and answers to technical queries have appeared in several well known magazines. He has also provided photography for several books and has co-written books for the Veloce Buyers Guide series.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781785003752
Illustrations: 300 color photos
Size: 7.44 in x 9.68 in / 188.98 mm x 245.87 mm
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