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Experience the ultimate guide to restoring your Land Rover Series I with the comprehensive Land Rover Series I Restoration Manual. Designed specifically for home restorers, this expertly crafted manual equips you with the knowledge, confidence, and precise technical details needed to embark on a full restoration journey.
Immerse yourself in the world of the iconic 1957 Series I 109in model, while also exploring the unique characteristics and variations of other Series I models. Our step-by-step instructions, complemented by a stunning collection of over 830 vivid color photographs, effortlessly guide you through every task. From simple repairs and routine maintenance to the meticulous inspection and refurbishment of the engine's core components, you'll feel empowered to tackle any challenge.
We understand the importance of managing restoration costs without compromising quality. That's why we provide invaluable tips and insights on cost-effective restoration techniques, ensuring you achieve remarkable results without breaking the bank. Plus, discover the secrets to transforming your Land Rover into a concours-winning masterpiece, setting it apart from the competition in every detail.
With its superb illustrations and user-friendly approach, the Land Rover Series I Restoration Manual is the indispensable companion for passionate restorers and Land Rover enthusiasts alike. Unleash your creativity, embrace the thrill of restoration, and witness the resurrection of a true automotive legend. Get your hands on this essential manual and bring your Land Rover Series I back to life in breathtaking style.
Author: Theo Ford-Sagers, Benjamin Stowe
Author Bio: Theo Ford-Sagers is a regular contributor to Land Rover Owner magazine, as well as various classic vehicle publications, and writes from his home in Scotland. His most cherished possession is the 1968 Series IIA that he has owned for over a decade, and which once took him to the Alps – together with Ben in his 1949 Series I. Benjamin Stowe has spent his entire working life building Land Rovers for work and pleasure. He has owned twenty-three Series Is, restored over forty, and travelled all over Europe in Series Is that he has built for the purpose. Career highlights include his 1948 80in winning the Series One Club’s ‘Best Restoration’ at the club’s National Rally in 2018, and restoring the famous ‘Oxford’ Series I for the Last Overland expedition from Singapore to London. He runs Black Paw 4x4 Ltd, a Land Rover specialist in Yorkshire.
Publisher: The Crowood Press
Binding Type: Hardcover
Printing Status: In Print
Country Made: NA