Land Rover Series II, IIA and III Maintenance and Upgrades Manual

Land Rover Series II, IIA and III Maintenance and Upgrades Manual
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Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781785001352
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Description

With step-by-step instructions and safety information throughout, this book is a valuable technical resource for owners of Series II, IIA and III Land Rovers. The book covers:
- Choosing and buying a Series Land Rover
- Maintenance and service procedures
- Detailed guides for repair and maintenance of each of the car's systems, including brakes, steering and suspension, engine, clutch and transmission, axles, hubs and propshafts, and electrical systems
- Repairing and preventing corrosion
- Upgrades for reliability, comfort, performance and off-roading
- Rebuilding a Series Land Rover: things to know before you take on a project car.

The author

Richard Hall bought his first Series III Land Rover just after his eighteenth birthday and has owned, maintained and restored these vehicles for almost thirty years. He runs a small Land Rover repair and restoration business in Norfolk.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781785001352
Illustrations: 8 color & 132 b-w photos
Size: 10.5 in x 8 in / 266.7 mm x 203.2 mm
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