E-Type Jaguar Restoration Manual

E-Type Jaguar Restoration Manual
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Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781785002847
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Description

Over the years the E-type Jaguar has built a reputation among Jaguar enthusiasts and classic car collectors for being the ultimate classic to own.  

If you are lucky enough to own one and are planning to undertake the restoration work by yourself, this manual will take you through the full nut-and-bolt restoration of a very early example, E-Type Jaguar Chassis No 60. 

Restoration experts from the world's premier Jaguar restoration company, Classic Motor Cars Ltd, have written each chapter, giving you a first-hand account of the process. Topics covered include preparing a workspace and dismantling the vehicle; restoring and painting the body; engine, electrics and transmission restoration; assembly of the sub-assimblies; final assembly; trimming; road test and the first outing.

The author

Classic Motor Cars (CMC) was founded in 1993 and has built an international reputation for car restoration to world-class standards.  With a highly experienced team of engineers and technicians, almost every aspect of a car's restoration, servicing and even bespoke car design is carried out in-house.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781785002847
Illustrations: 700 color photos
Size: 8.26 in x 11.65 in / 209.8 mm x 295.91 mm
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