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ePub Standard Guide to Automotive Restoration: Matt Joseph on Restoration download
Author:
Matt Joseph
ISBN13:
978-0873411882
ISBN:
0873411889
Language:
Publisher:
Motorbooks Intl (June 1, 1992)
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Subcategory:
Automotive
ePub file:
1889 kb
Fb2 file:
1682 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
187

An auto restoration guide for beginners and experts discusses the processes of restoration for all automotive systems . Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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Matt Joseph explains carburetion, electrical, body and paint, engine mechanical, and more! .

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Complete your restoration project with more than 500 photos and step-by-step instructions. Matt Joseph explains carburetion, electrical, body and paint, engine mechanical, and more! show more. Format Paperback 384 pages.

In Media Blasting & Metal Preparation: A Complete Guide, restoration expert and veteran author Matt Joseph gives you all the tools you need to expertly prepare your car, motorcycle, or anything made of metal for the next stages of restoration

In Media Blasting & Metal Preparation: A Complete Guide, restoration expert and veteran author Matt Joseph gives you all the tools you need to expertly prepare your car, motorcycle, or anything made of metal for the next stages of restoration. With this handy new guide, Joseph provides all you need to know for a successful and long-lasting restoration. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Automobile restoration is the process of repairing the degraded aspect of an automobile to return it to an overall "authentic" condition. a non-original restored car may be termed a "restomod. This is a no-nonsense guide to dealing with the concourse winning restoration

Matt Joseph explains carburetion, electrical, body and paint, engine mechanical, and more! . This is a no-nonsense guide to dealing with the concourse winning restoration. It was updated in 1992, so most of the paint and chemical parts are pretty up to date. Lots of pictures staged throughout the processes, with USEFUL captions.

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Authors: Matt Joseph . In Media Blasting & Metal Preparation: A Complete Guide, restoration expert and veteran author Matt Joseph gives you all the tools you need to expertly prepare your car, motorcycle, or anything made. Product - Automotive Bodywork & Rust Repair - eBook. Automotive Bodywork and Rust Repair teaches you how to select the proper tools, preparing and cleaning sheet metal, section fabrications and patches, welding options, forming fitting and smoothing, Product - Collector Car Restoration Bible : Practical Techniques for Professional Results.

An auto restoration guide for beginners and experts discusses the processes of restoration for all automotive systems and offers suggestions for accomplishing restoration goals efficiently and economically
  • I have 7 or 8 books in the large paper back format which fall into the restoration / paint your car / auto body category. The content and format does not change much from book to book. You get the pictures, model and year info, color codes and what I think are obvious recommendations. Takes an hour to get through them. This book is not like that. It's black and white except for the cover. it comes across like you are standing in a garage with an expert that knows which tool to reach for and exactly how to use it and while working he's talking and handing you pictures. Anyway be ready to take notes. I love this book. I wish I could get it in PDF format so I could search it. Highly recommended if you want an education.

  • Nothing really unique here that hasn't been seen or learned with even the most rudimentary exposure to car restoration.
    A good beginner's book as to what it takes in terms of time, space, tools, materials, skills, research, etc.
    Primarily focused on pre 1960 vehicles.

  • My son loved the book.He said it gave lots of information.

  • Excellent book. Author is a little bit opinionated, but right on target when it comes to technical aspects. The portion on metal forming was especially informative and up to date. It brought up a number of techniques that I did not even know about. That is what a book is supposed to do.

  • Just what I wanted. Arrived fast.... Thanks

  • Good content but highly biased to very early model cars.

  • Matt Joseph is a tremendous writer, and while noted to be opinionated he was able to back up his opinion with fact. In a hobby chock full of snake oil and voodoo, that's really refreshing. Plus he's an educated guy and so this book is really more of why to do things a certain way and not just how to do it, and that's not common in this genre. In my opinion, this book and the Carroll Smith "To Win" series probably are the two most valuable non-model/make-specific how-to references for the old car restorer and enthusiast. And if the chance comes up to snag back issues of Skinned Knuckles from the 90s and early 2000s, Joseph's columns were even more of what's in this book accompanied by large doses of dry humor (ask about Cylinder Iowa sometime....)

  • This is a no-nonsense guide to dealing with the concourse winning restoration. One thing I like the most about the book is the detail sections on everything from specific engine parts to welding fundamentals and tricks, to the common, simple language of how to do the job right. It was updated in 1992, so most of the paint and chemical parts are pretty up to date. Lots of pictures staged throughout the processes, with USEFUL captions. The text coveres mostly American Iron from the 20s through the 40s, and suffers from some of the specifics of the era of thicker sheet metal and old-style paints.