Chilton's "Repair & Tune-Up Guide CORVETTE (1953-1962) 235-265-283-327
I have for sale the "hardcover", edition book "Chilton's Repair & Tune-Up
Guide CORVETTE (1953-1962)"
[235-265-283-327 cubic inches] by the Chilton Book Company (1974).
The edition contains 142 pages featuring instruction and illustrations on:
Repairs * Specifications Do-It-Yourself
Back Cover Excerpt
"THIS complete and authoritative guide will appeal to all Corvette owners,
for the professional mechanic to the owner who wants to know how his car
runs and how to keep it running well. It completely covers engine over-haul
and tune-up, lubrication, power train
(including automatic, three and four-speed transmissions), suspension, fuel
systems (including fuel injection), brakes, steering and electrical system.
The troubleshooting, repair and adjustment of all major functioning systems
are explained and amply illustrated with factory photographs and drawings.
Added features are original equipment listings and designations, adjustment
procedures for the rare triple sidedraft carburetors on the original
six-cylinder engine and a complete section on fiberglass body repair. A
detailed Appendix is also included, supplying complete engine, fuel system
and power train specifications." - Chilton Book Company
The Chilton's "Repair & Tune-Up Guide CORVETTE (1953-1962) is in mint
Price $85. US plus postage
Please include your "postal mailing address" with inquiries so as I can
calculate shipping charges to your destination. Thank you
Ha,ha, ha,ha,ha, ha,ha,ha,ha, ha, you're a trip, do you think people
are that stupid?
I assume that you're selling a used book that normally goes for less
than $40, some as low as $4, and is worth less than that in reality.
New, they go for $63 and are still not worth the $40 used. There are
even bigger leaches out there asking more than you if that makes you
feel any better.
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If you just want some information on a Corvette go to
http://willcoxcorvette.com/repairandinstallhelp.php for lots of free
information, pictures of how to do items, service, restoration tips,
Sorry about the cross post but this has got to be a joke at that
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