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Simca Vedette (1955-1961) service and repair manuals

A repair manual for your Simca Vedette, Trianon, Versailles, Regence, Ariane 8, Beaulieu, Chambord, Présidence or Marly (1955-1961)? Here are workshop manuals to service Simca cars. They provide detailed instructions for troubleshooting and to repair or replace parts.

Simca Vedette (1955-1959) - Trianon, Versailles, Regence, Marly, Ariane 8 - Les Archives du Collectionneur (ADC 13)

Workshop manual from the French series "Les Archives du Collectionneur" (nr. 13). Describes maintenance and repair of the Simca Vedette models.

Versions: Trianon, Versailles, Regence, Marly and Ariane 8.

Production years: 1955-1959.

This manual on the Simca Vedette series is based on the original editions of the Revue Technique Automobile.
Describes maintenance and repair of the V8 engines, clutch, gearbox, front and rear axles, suspension, wheel hubs, brakes, steering and the electrical system.

  • Complete with wiring diagrams.
  • Also includes information on the history of these cars and model changes.
Specs:27 x 21 cm / 10.6 x 8.25 in, paperback
Illustrations:numerous photographs and drawings
Publisher:ETAI (F, )
Series:Les Archives du Collectionneur (ADC 13)
EAN:9782726899236
Book: Simca Vedette (1955-1959) - Trianon, Versailles, Regence, Marly, Ariane 8 - Les Archives du Collectionneur (ADC 13)

Simca Vedette (1955-1959) - Trianon, Versailles, Regence, Marly, Ariane 8

Language: French

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Simca Vedette (1959-1961) - Beaulieu, Chambord, Présidence, Marly - Les Archives du Collectionneur (ADC 8)

Workshop manual from the French series "Les Archives du Collectionneur" (nr. 8). Describes maintenance and repair of the Simca Vedette series.

Versions: Beaulieu, Chambord, Présidence and Marly.

Production years: 1959-1961.

This manual on the Simca Vedette passenger cars is based on the original editions of the Revue Technique Automobile.

  • Described worden maintenance and repair of the Ford V8 engines, clutch, gearbox, front and rear axles, suspension, wheel hubs, brakes, steering and the electrical system.

    • Complete with wiring diagrams.
    • Also includes information on the history of these cars and model changes.
    Specs:27 x 21 cm / 10.6 x 8.25 in, paperback
    Illustrations:numerous photographs and drawings
    Publisher:ETAI (F, )
    Series:Les Archives du Collectionneur (ADC 8)
    EAN:9782726899243
  • Book: Simca Vedette (1959-1961) - Beaulieu, Chambord, Présidence, Marly - Les Archives du Collectionneur (ADC 8)

    Simca Vedette (1959-1961) - Beaulieu, Chambord, Présidence, Marly

    Language: French

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    Ford Flathead Engines (1932-1953): How to Rebuild and Modify - Step-By-Step Rebuild Procedures

    Although not the first V-8 engine ever produced, Henry Ford's side-valve V-8, launched in 1932, certainly qualified as the first mass-produced V-8 sold to the public.
    Because of Henry Ford's stubbornness, the first versions were less than ideal. The technology was in its infancy and cost-cutting measures limited the output and reliability of the early models.
    In this book veteran author Tony Thacker and flathead guru of H&H Flatheads, Mike Herman, take you step-by-step through rebuilding a vintage flathead.

    One of the most important steps is to actually find a good, usable core; many have been sitting for a very long time and the engine design is prone to cracking. Running changes are also an important consideration when selecting a core, and include cooling system, ignition, and transmission mount.

    After you have selected a core, Thacker and Herman take you through the entire process of a rebuild, including teardown, parts inspection, machine shop processes, replacement part selection, re-assembly, start up, and break-in.

    Also covered is a unique performance build completed at the H&H shop for legendary race car team manager and all-around enthusiast Ray Evernham. It all adds up to more than 500 color photos and insider tips on building what could be called the most iconic engine ever built, the Ford flathead V-8.

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    Author:Tony Thacker, Mike Herman
    Specs:144 pages, 28 x 21.5 x 1 cm / 11 x 8.5 x 0.39 in, paperback
    Illustrations:500 colour photographs
    Publisher:CarTech Inc (USA, 2016)
    Series:S-A Design (SA379)
    EAN:9781613252871
    Book: Ford Flathead Engines (1932-1953): How to Rebuild and Modify - Step-By-Step Rebuild Procedures

    Ford Flathead Engines (1932-1953): How to Rebuild and Modify - Step-By-Step Rebuild Procedures

    Language: English

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    How to Rebuild and Modify Ford Flathead V-8 Engines

    The last commercially produced Ford Flathead V-8 was cast over 60 years ago. Simple by today's high-tech standards, during its performance reign from the late '30s through the mid '50s, the flathead was unsurpassed for go-fast power on the cheap. It spawned the modern aftermarket speed-equipment industry and became a favorite of bootleggers, dry-lakes racers, dirt trackers, street racers, and a whole generation that just wanted fast cars.

    Whether you're restoring a classic Ford, building a traditional hot rod, or creating a period custom car, you'll want to get the most out of its vintage flathead V-8. In "How to Rebuild & Modify Ford Flathead V-8 Engines", authors Mike Bishop and Vern Tardel, two of the most highly-regarded experts in hot rodding, give you the detailed and accurate information you need to build, restore, or just daydream about the engine that gave birth to hot rodding.
    Every aspect of buying, building, and owning a flathead V-8 engine is extensively covered. Go through the basics of selecting the right engine for the right project, building and rehabilitating engines, and final tuning. Diagrams and color photos bring these legendary engines to life for the hands-on hobbyist, collector, and aficionado.

    Author:Mike Bishop, Vern Tardel
    Specs:208 pages, 27.5 x 21.5 cm / 10.8 x 8.5 in, paperback
    Illustrations:8 b&w and 531 colour photographs
    Publisher:Motorbooks International (USA, 2015)
    Series:Workshop Manual
    EAN:9780760343999
    Book: How to Rebuild and Modify Ford Flathead V-8 Engines

    How to Rebuild and Modify Ford Flathead V-8 Engines

    Language: English

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