How to Restore Volkswagen (bay window) Bus

Your step-by-step illustrated guide to body and interior restoration

How to Restore Volkswagen (bay window) Bus
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Format: Paperback / softback, 272 Pages
ISBN: 9781845840938
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YOUR step-by-step illustrated guide to body and interior restoration: Microbus, Camper, Kombi & Transporter; All August 1967 to October 1979 models; Does not cover rear bodywork of Pick-up models

The only book currently available that comprehensively deals with the realities of restoring a VW Bay Window Bus. With over 1500 mainly color photos, it clearly guides the reader through body and chassis repairs,  paint work, interior re-trimming and most of the common mechanical  problems. The skills, techniques and even the tools needed to complete  these tasks are explained in jargon free language to ensure that even  those enthusiasts with no previous restoration experience will feel confident in sorting out their Bus. An indispensable and unique guide for lovers of these fast appreciating classics.

The author

A dedicated petrolhead, Mark Paxton has been addicted to two wheels since first wobbling unaccompanied on to the road over 35 years ago. His entire working life has revolved around vehicles, initially in transport management, then through running his own garage, and latterly writing for classic car and motorcycle magazines. Mark’s books include: How to Restore Classic Smallframe Vespa Scooters, How to Restore Volkswagen Buses, and Essential Buyer’s Guides for Vespa 2-strokes, Minis, Ford Capris and Citroen 2CVs, all published with Veloce.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 272 Pages
ISBN: 9781845840938
Illustrations: 1500 color-b&w Illus
Size: 8.1 in x 10.6 in x 0.825 in / 205.74 mm x 269.24 mm x 20.955 mm
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