How To Rebuild Corvette Rolling Chassis 1963-1982

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Second- and third-generation Corvettes may well be the stuff of some collectors’ dreams, but if you’re an owner or enthusiast who’d like to drive your dream car, this guide to repairing and rebuilding will put you and your ’Vette on the road. With step-by-step notes and photographs, George McNicholl documents the complete rebuilding of four Corvettes—1965 and 1967 convertibles, and 1969 and 1972 coupes—putting the process within reach of any do-it-yourself mechanic. McNicholl’s focus is on rebuilding the second- ...

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Overview

Second- and third-generation Corvettes may well be the stuff of some collectors’ dreams, but if you’re an owner or enthusiast who’d like to drive your dream car, this guide to repairing and rebuilding will put you and your ’Vette on the road. With step-by-step notes and photographs, George McNicholl documents the complete rebuilding of four Corvettes—1965 and 1967 convertibles, and 1969 and 1972 coupes—putting the process within reach of any do-it-yourself mechanic. McNicholl’s focus is on rebuilding the second- and third-generation Corvette rolling chassis for daily use, with clear and concise information on engines, transmissions, differentials, frames, front suspensions, brakes, wheels, and fuel, exhaust, and cooling systems for models from 1963 to 1982.

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“If you plan on driving your dream C2 or C3 Vette, (George) McNicholl’s book is one you’ll want on hand ASAP, if not sooner.” – Scott Ross, Corvette Fever Blog

“…How to Rebuild Corvette Rolling Chassis 1963-1982 is an excellent sourcebook for anyone who wants to take a hands-on approach to the components that make the ’63-’82 Corvette a spirited sports car.” Christopher R. Phillip, Vette

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If you plan on driving your dream C2 or C3 Vette, (George) McNicholl's book is one you'll want on hand ASAP, if not sooner.
—Scott Ross
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780760330142
  • Publisher: Motorbooks
  • Publication date: 2/15/2007
  • Series: Motorbooks Workshop Series
  • Edition description: First
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 10.63 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

George McNicholl purchased his first automobile engine (a Ford flathead V-8) when he was 12 years old and has had a hand in car and engine building ever since. He is the author of four other Motorbooks publications: How To Build a Flathead Ford V-8, How To Build Vintage Hot Rod V-8 Engines, How To Build Ford Flathead V-8 Horsepower, and How To Build Classic Hot Rod V-8 Engines. McNicholl lives in North Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

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Table of Contents

Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Chapter 1: Production

Chapter 2: Engines

Chapter 3: Transmissions

Chapter 4: Differential

Chapter 5: Frame

Chapter 6: Front Suspension

Chapter 7: Steering

Chapter 8: Rear Suspension

Chapter 9: Brakes

Chapter 10: Wheels

Chapter 11: Fuel System

Chapter 12: Exhaust System

Chapter 13: Cooling System

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