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How to Restore Volkswagen Bus (Enthusiast's Restoration Manuals)by Mark Paxton
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The only book currently available that comprehensively deals with the realities of restoring a VW Bay Window Bus. With over 1500 mainly color photos, it clearly guides the reader through body and chassis repairs, paint work, interior re-trimming and most of the common mechanical problems. The skills, techniques and even the tools needed to complete these tasks are explained in jargon free language to ensure that even those enthusiasts with no previous restoration experience will feel confident in sorting out their Bus. An indispensable and unique guide for lovers of these fast appreciating classics.
Demand for Bay window buses is booming with rocketing prices to match. This is the first and only book to address the needs of owners looking to save a Bay bus. The book is packed with clear color photographs showing step by step real life restoration.
A complete guide to the restoration of your VW Bus with full coverage of body and chassis repairs, suspension, steering and brakes, plus trim and paint. It also covers the tools, equipment and workshop techniques needed to make your Bus look like new once more.
About the Author
Mark Paxton acquired his first VW Bus, a split screen van, nearly 30 years ago, followed by a Bay and then a few Beetles. A period without owning any of VW's iconic flat fours while running a garage dedicated to more Gallic motors was compensated for by a steady flow of friends. Buses to work on eased the pain. A move into classic car and motorcycle journalism was followed by the chance to intimately reacquaint himself with innermost workings of the Bay Window Transporter and write this book.
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