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Jeep - Willys MB, Ford GPW, Hotchkiss M201 : manuel

Une revue technique pour votre Jeep Willys MB, Ford GPW ou Hotchkiss M201 ? Découvrez ici les manuels d'entretien et réparation pour les tout-terrains Jeep. Ils fournissent des instructions détaillées pour résoudre des problèmes techniques et la réparation ou le remplacement de pièces.

The Complete WW2 Military Jeep Manual - Covering Willys Model MB and Ford Model GPW

Manuel d'atelier complet avec une description détaillée de l'entretien et la réparation des tout-terrains Willys MB et Ford GPW Jeep (1/4-ton 4x4 Truck) de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale.

Complet avec des reproductions des manuels techniques suivants de l'US Army :
- TM9-803 (February 1944 - Operation and basic vehicle maintenance),
- TM9-1803A (24 February 1944 - Engine and clutch),
- TM9-1803B (April 1944 - Power train, body, frame and special tools),
- TM9-1826A (résumé, December 1952 - Carburetor service).

Présentation :510 pages, 21.5 x 13.5 x 3.1 cm, broché
Illustration :abondamment illustré
Editeur :U.S. War Department / Brooklands (USA, 1991)
EAN:9781855201217
Livre : The Complete WW2 Military Jeep Manual - Covering Willys Model MB and Ford Model GPW

The Complete WW2 Military Jeep Manual - Covering Willys Model MB and Ford Model GPW

Langue : anglais

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Willys-Overland MB and Ford Model GPW Jeep - Technical Manual (TM 9-803)

Designated as a light truck, the Jeep was the primary four-wheel drive vehicle for the U.S. Army during WWII. The Jeep's design owed a great deal to Karl Probst, a freelance designer employed by the American Bantam Car Co. Probst's prototype "Blitz Buggy" was built in a mere 49 days.
It clearly impressed the Army in head-to-head competition against a design submitted by Willys-Overland. However the Buggy's engine failed to meet requirements, and the Army determined that Bantam could not produce the vehicle in quantity. As a result, the Army bought the Bantam design and asked both Willys and Ford to improve it.

The Willys model MB was equipped with a L134 straight-4 "Go Devil" engine. Ford models built to Willys specifications were designated GPW ("G" for government vehicle, "P" designating the 80" wheelbase, and "W" indicating the Willys engine design).

Roughly 640, 000 Jeeps were built during WWII by Ford and Willys, and used on every front. Utilitarian, rugged, and easy to maintain, Jeeps saw service as scout cars, ambulances, firefighting vehicles, as tractors for artillery, and more. Jeeps remained in service for the U.S. military in Korea and in the Vietnam War.

Created in 1944, this technical manual TM 9-803 reveals a great deal about the Jeep's design and capabilities. Intended as a manual for those charged with operation and maintenance, this manual shows many aspects of its engine, cooling, power, drive train and other systems.
Originally labeled restricted, this manual was declassified long ago and is here reprinted in book form. Care has been taken to preserve the integrity of the text.

Auteur :U.S. Army War Department
Présentation :248 pages, 23 x 15.5 cm, broché
Illustration :abondamment illustré avec des photos et des dessins
Editeur :Periscope Film (USA, 2011)
EAN:9781937684952
Livre : Willys-Overland MB and Ford Model GPW Jeep - Technical Manual (TM 9-803)

Willys-Overland MB and Ford Model GPW Jeep - Technical Manual (TM 9-803)

Langue : anglais

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Le Guide de la Jeep (4ème édition)

Guide technique et historique pour les Jeep 4x4 d'origine (Willys MB, Ford GPW et Hotchkiss M 201).

  • Cet ouvrage de la collection "Le Guide" est une véritable source d'information concernant l'histoire, l'identification des différents types de Jeep, l'évolution des modèles (année par année), la technique, l'achat, la restaurationet l'entretien.
  • Traite aussi de l'entretien et des petites réparations.
  • Réalisé avec la collaboration de la Revue Technique Automobile (RTA).
  • Très bien illustré avec des centaines de photos et dessins.

Cliquez ici pour plus d'information sur la série "Le Guide"

Auteur :Christophe Chevalet, Robert Séjourné
Présentation :192 pages, 25 x 19 cm, relié
Illustration :abondamment illustré
Editeur :ETAI (F, 2020)
Série :Le Guide
EAN:9791028301606
Livre : Le Guide de la Jeep (4ème édition)

Le Guide de la Jeep (4ème édition)

Langue : français

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Military Maintenance for MB/GPW Jeeps 1941-45

Information regarding the preventative maintenance, modifications and repair of the World War Two vehicles - Willys MB and Ford GPW. Vehicles that helped the Allies win the war and remain cherised by veterans and collectors alike.

This book is a collection of facts, figures and inputs from a number of sources, such as Technical manuals, training aids and of course that wonderful resource Army Motors, a magazine created by the Preventive Maintenance Section at Camp Holabird, MD.

This volume has reproduced articles on a wide variety of subjects including special features, air, petroleum & lubrications, electrical, maintenance, Sgt. Half-Mast, contributions, rumors, paint and tires.
There's a ton of stuff in this volume - "Modern design-a new 1/4 ton trailer", "Care of stored vehicles", "a new rifle bracket", "The Army's New Paint System" and many more.

Auteur :Robert Notman
Présentation :389 pages, 28 x 21 x 2.1 cm, broché
Illustration :illustrations et N&B
Editeur :Lulu Press, Inc. (USA, 2005)
EAN:9781411635326
Livre : Military Maintenance for MB/GPW Jeeps 1941-45

Military Maintenance for MB/GPW Jeeps 1941-45

Langue : anglais

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Building a WWII Jeep - Finding, Restoring & Rebuilding a Wartime Legend

The Jeep as we know it from WW2 news reels, big screen movies and television shows such as M.A.S.H. or The Rat Patrol was the result of the US War Department's requirement for a light command-reconnaissance car to meet the US Army's needs under the threat of a looming European war.
After only a few weeks of development the Jeep would end up in all of the Allied armies of the world courtesy of Bantam, Willys and Ford.
Many of the Jeeps built during the war would go on to serve for over 60 years in various parts of the world in both military and civilian use.

This book is a basic guide to building a WW2 Jeep using restored, rebuilt and modern reproduction parts for those who have never done it before, just as I hadn't either. You'll find a clear step by step process used to build a truly historical vehicle.
Combined with the other books and websites that will be noted in this volume as well as some basic auto mechanical knowledge on your part you should be able to have your own piece of Jeep history rolling in no time.

Auteur :Sean Dunnage
Présentation :272 pages, 25.5 x 18 x 2.4 cm, relié
Illustration :220 photos en N&B et couleurs
Editeur :Pen & Sword Books Ltd (GB, 2021)
EAN:9781526755506
Livre : Building a WWII Jeep - Finding, Restoring & Rebuilding a Wartime Legend

Building a WWII Jeep - Finding, Restoring & Rebuilding a Wartime Legend

Langue : anglais

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How to Restore Your Jeep 1940-1983 - Covers MB, GPW, CJ-2A, CJ-3A, CJ-3B, M38, M38-A1, CJ-5, CJ-6, CJ-7 & CJ-8

With more than 1.5 million Jeeps sold, a restoration book for these vehicles has been desperately needed. Author Mark Altschuler of restoremyjeep.com showcases his decades of experience in this must-have restoration book that features component restoration of all aspects of the timeless Jeep.
Step-by-step procedures document the disassembly, restoration, and reassembly of your favorite models, while color illustrations depict exactly what you're wanting to see as you address your project. This book is a handy tool that addresses the total restoration of your prized machine.

Models covered:
- Willys MB and Ford GPW (1941-1945)
- Willys CJ-2A (1945-1949)
- Willys CJ-3A (1949-1953)
- Willys M38 (1950-1952)
- Willys CJ-3B (1953-1964)
- Willys M38-A1 (1952-1971)
- Willys/Jeep CJ-5 and CJ-6 (1955-1983)
- Jeep CJ-7 and CJ-8 (1976-1986).

Auteur :Mark Altschuler
Présentation :176 pages, 28 x 21.5 x 1.9 cm, broché
Illustration :17 photos en N&B et 445 en couleurs
Editeur :CarTech Inc (USA, 2022)
EAN:9781613254523
Livre : How to Restore Your Jeep 1940-1983 - Covers MB, GPW, CJ-2A, CJ-3A, CJ-3B, M38, M38-A1, CJ-5, CJ-6, CJ-7 & CJ-8

How to Restore Your Jeep 1940-1983 - Covers MB, GPW, CJ-2A, CJ-3A, CJ-3B, M38, M38-A1, CJ-5, CJ-6, CJ-7 & CJ-8

Langue : anglais

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Nous n'offrons pas uniquement des livres techniques pour Jeep. Cliquez ici pour découvrir tous les ouvrages concernant Jeep (y compris des historiques de marques, des panoramas des types, des biographies de modèles spécifiques, des essais, etc).

Années : 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945


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