Classic Car Electrics

Enthusiast’s Restoration Manual

Classic Car Electrics
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Format: Paperback / softback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111011
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Description

Classic car electrical systems are notoriously idiosyncratic, temperamental, and difficult to work with, but a key to keeping an older vehicle on the road is correct and regular maintenance of the electrics.

Classic Car Electrics contains extensive and fully illustrated information for the classic enthusiast who wishes to service, repair or upgrade their car.

The combination of the basics of how and why things work, all in plain language, along with extensive color photos and diagrams means that, with some basic tools, a little common sense, and this guide, you'll be able to tackle pretty much any electrical problem in your classic car.

The author

Martin Thaddeus was born in Crawley, England, in 1959, one of nine children. After 10 years in crash repair and salvage, Thaddeus chose to specialize in classic restoration, which appealed to his creative nature. Thaddeus has written on classic car restoration for Veloce.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 96 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111011
Illustrations: 100 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.15 in x 10.63 in / 207.01 mm x 270 mm
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