Item description for How to Restore Classic Car Bodywork (Veloce Enthusiast's Restoration Manual Series) by Martin Thaddeus...
Gives the do-it-yourself restorer the confidence to tackle bodywork repairs and achieve professional results. The text is easy to read, the photos bright and colorful, and the instructions are clear. This book gives the backyard mechanic confidence to tackle bodywork repairs and achieve professional results. Specially devised techniques which don't rely on professional workshop equipment enable even the most difficult tasks to be undertaken.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.39" Width: 8.11" Height: 0.31" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Sep 27, 2004
Publisher Veloce Publishing
ISBN 1903706629 ISBN13 9781903706626
Availability 0 units.
More About Martin Thaddeus
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.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Restore Classic Car Bodywork (Veloce Enthusiast's Restoration Manual Series)?
Very practical for the home car restorer or repairer. Sep 1, 2007
This is an extremely richly and well illustrated book that shows you in easily understood words and pictures how to do minor and relatively major car body repairs at home. While the examples and pictures are mainly UK classic sports cars (or what start out as rust buckets), the techniques apply equally well to modern Australian and North American cars.
It is a great book to get great information from. May 9, 2007
This is a very good book. This guy can turn a completely rusted out car into a new one. I am talking about a car that anyone else would take the motor out, and put in another one. He shows you how to patch and repair anything, without having to go and buy a piece of the car. And how to do it with budget tools.