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The aim of this manual is to help readers get the best from their vehicle. It provides information on routine maintenance & servicing & the tasks are described & photographed in a step-by-step sequence so that even a novice can do the work.
A graphic guide to the brands and their logos. From childhood memories to car journeys spent spotting the badges, to the cars we drive and desire, the familiarity of these logos hold a unique power and appeal. The AA Guide to Car Marques tells the stories behind the emblems that have represented automobile manufacturers both large and small, current and defunct, over the last 120 years. With annotations of the designs, and detailed information about their origins and evolution, this compendium is an invaluable resource for graphic designers, logo enthusiasts and motoring aficionados. It provides an unparalleled depth of information on the marques and is a perfect gift for all car enthusiasts.
SR50*49cc*93 to 09 Rally*49cc*95 to 04 Sonic*49cc*98 to 07 Habana Retro*49cc*99 to 02 Habana Custom*49cc*99 to 02 Mojito Retro*49cc*03 to 07 Mojito Custom*49cc*03 to 09 Covers air-cooled and liquid-cooled engines, carburettor and fuel injection (Ditech and Purejet)
Hatchback & Estate (`Mk 7'). Petrol: 1.2 litre (1197cc), 1.4 litre (1395cc) & 2.0 litre (1984cc). Diesel: 1.6 litre (1598cc) & 2.0 litre (1968cc). Does NOT cover 1.0 litre 3-cylinder or 1.6/1.8 litre 4-cylinder petrol engines, all-electric or hybrid models, convertible, Clubsport S, Golf R or dual fuel models. Does NOT cover facelifted Golf range introduced for 2017.
This service and repair manual for the do-it-yourself motorcycle mechanic focuses on Yamaha XT and Yamaha SR125 bikes dating between 1982 and 2003.
This is one in a series of manuals for car or motorcycle owners. Each book provides information on routine maintenance and servicing, with tasks described and photographed in a step-by-step sequence so that even a novice can do the work.
What was the very first real `automobile'? And what actually constitutes an automobile, anyway? Such questions are not easy to answer but Keith Ray has embraced the challenge and compiled a myth-busting book packed with fascinating facts. Ranging from the `firsts' in motoring technology, including the disc brake, fuel injection and four-wheel drive, to legislation and the law with the driving test, speed limit and first conviction, to the roundabout, dual carriageway, motorway, motoring organisation and fatality, he not only reveals what happened first but joyfully rights historic wrongs along the way. The V8 engine did not originate in America, as most people believe, and Rudolph Diesel certainly didn't invent the diesel engine. Illustrated with over 150 photographs, this is perfect gift for any motoring enthusiast.
The way it was - an Historical perspective; traffic connected to an agriculture based economy, including a look at broccoli traffic etc. Supporting photos mainly steam from the 1950s (more b&w but some colour). - Milk traffic. A brief history with a more detailed (mainly pictorial) look at individual dairies from 1960s through to the end in 1981. Locations including Torrington, Lapford, Hemyock, Seaton Jn, Chard Jn, Totnes and Lostwithiel. A little steam, more diesel hydraulic and ending with diesel electric classes (mix of b&w and colour, weighted towards the former.) - China Clay. Probably the largest section of the book, perhaps 20%+. A bit of history with a few steam photos, but also a more detailed pictorial look at those loading points active from the 1970s to the present such as Burngullow and the Parkandillack branch, Par Harbour, Goonbarrow Jn, Fowey docks, Wenford, Moorswater and Plymouth. Views inclg related buildings, wagons etc (mainly colour). - Ball clay; Meeth and Heathfield branches - mainly 1970s to the end in early 2000's. - Grain and Fertiliser traffic; a short section, mainly on the Truro, Plymouth & Lapford service in the 1990s. - Coal.A general look, but majoring on Exmouth Jn Coal concentration depot (1967-92). Also 1990s flows for Plymstock cement works and Falmouth Docks. - Oil. Traffic flows to Exeter, Heathfield, Plymouth and Hayle Wharves etc (1970s to the end in 2012). - MOD. A shortish section, dealing with traffic to local bases, including nuclear from Devonport Dockyard. (1970s on). - Scrap Metal - from Plymouth, Exeter and St Blazey. (1970s on). - Cement. A brief look back to the 1960s-70s; Exeter Central, Plymouth and Chacewater in the 1980s; also the more recent Moorswater flow. - Timber. Traffic from Lapford (1980s), Exeter (1990s), Teignbridge & Exeter (present). - Aggregate. ( Mainly Mendip Rail to Exeter from 1990s on). - 'Speedlink', 'Enterprise' etc. Wagonload from 1970s to the end (2000s). Including a look at various locations, including Barnstaple, Whimple (cider), Pinhoe (bricks), Exeter, Plymouth, Cornwall (calcified seaweed) etc. - A short look at a couple of special 'one off' traffics. (1990s) - A section on 'civils' traffic, p.w. work trains. (Length might depend on space available after the above!), and - Railway ballast trains, mainly from Meldon Quarry (a little steam, photos from 1960s to the end). - Weed killers, RHTT and test trains.( Photos under the different sections could include some wagon views. All photos from 1990s on probably in colour; prior to that would be a mix.)
A service and repair manual for the Ford Escort & Mexico RS Mk 2.
This is a service and repair manual for the Triumph GT6 and Vitesse.
A maintenance & repair manual for DIY mechanic.
The Germans developed and used the motorcycle as an instrument of offensive warfare, perhaps more than any other nation in WWII. The major tasks of these units were mopping-up for the following troops and employment as an advance guard, surprise raid-like attacks against an opponent's flanks and rear, as well as pursuit of the opponent. A wide variety of machines were deployed for these tasks, both impressed and adapted civilian models, as well as variety of purpose-built military motorcycles. This distinctive reference combines rare vintage photographs with photos of superbly restored German WWII motorcycles. The first of a multi-part series on the subject, this volume features large, full-color detail photos of the BMW R4; R12; R35; R71; R74 and Zundapp KS750. Only the very finest examples of these motorcycles were sought out for inclusion in this title.
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