Synopses & Reviews
Fix It! How to Repair Automotive Dents, Scratches, Tears and Stains
is a complete guide for any car or truck owner who wants their ride to look, feel, and smell like it did the day they bought it. Years of commuting to work and family vacations will take its toll on a car. Coffee spills, paint scratches and fades, hoods and fenders acquire dents and rust, and smells linger in the upholstery and ventilation. It all adds up to a car that's not as fun to drive as it used to be and maybe even embarrassing. Whether breathing new life into your reliable ride or getting it ready to sell, you can solve these problems with a few basic tools and products, and the right instruction on how to use them. Fix It! How to Repair Automotive Dents, Scratches, Tears and Stains
provides step-by-step projects anyone at any skill level can accomplish to help keep their car looking its best. From buffing a scratch to popping a dent, doing it yourself has never been easier.
This book provides step-by-step projects anyone at any skill level can accomplish to help keep their car looking its best. From buffing a scratch to popping a dent, doing it yourself has never been easier.
About the Author
Automotive writer Kris Palmer has written for the StarTribune as well as Motorbooks (Dream Garages, The Cars of the Fast and the Furious, and more). He lives and works in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photography Jerry Lee was the staff photographer for the University of Minnesota Sports Department for more than 10 years. He has shot photos for a number of Motorbooks titles, including How to Repair Your Car. He lives and works in Minneapolis, Minnesota.www.jerryelee.com
Kris Palmer is a gearhead and freelance writer whose work appears regularly in Minneapolis\u2019 Star Tribune automotive section and several enthusiast automotive magazines. Palmer contributed to MBI's highly regarded The Cobra in the Barn and authored The Fast and the Furious: The Official Car Guide. When not racing down a deadline, he logs quality garage time in the company of his modified Triumph TR6. Palmer resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.