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Camaro Book, Chilton's Repair Manual, 1967-1981 Part # CRT-71
Fills the gap between the glove box manual and the factory service manual. Detailed specs, drawings and photos for doing brake jobs, engine, drive train suspension, troubleshooting, general maintenance and more. 356 pages. Learn More
$23.99 ea.
Auto Wiring & Electrical Systems Book Part # 88-0377-3
Author: Tony Candela Softbound 8.5 x 11" 144 pages 350 color photos ISBN 10: 1932494871 ISBN 13: 9781932494877 Often, wiring and electrical work intimidates automotive do-it-yourselfers the most. It's not mechanical, and therefore, it's unfamiliar territory. Electrons are invisible, and they can do unpredictable things in an untrained enthusiast's eyes. Finally, there is an enthusiast's guide that takes the mysteries and misunderstandings out of automotive electrical design, modification, diagnostics, and repair. Automotive Wiring and Electrical Systems is the perfect book to unshroud the mysteries of automotive electrics and electronic systems. The basics of electrical principles, including voltage, amperage, resistance, and Ohm's Law, are revealed in clear and concise detail, so the enthusiast understands what these mean in the construction and repair of automotive electrical circuits. All the tools and the proper equipment required for automotive electrical tasks are covered. In addition, this in-depth guide explains how to perform more complex tasks, such as adding new circuits, installing aftermarket electronics, repairing existing circuits, building your own wiring harness, and troubleshooting. Author Tony Candela explains how to complete popular wiring projects, such as adding late-model electronic accessories and convenience items to earlier-model cars, installing relays, designing and assembling multi-function circuits and harnesses, and much more. With this book in hand, you will be able to assemble, design, and build single- and multi-function circuits and harnesses, troubleshoot and repair existing circuits, and install aftermarket systems and electronics. Automotive Wiring and Electrical Systems is your essential guide for wiring a hot rod from scratch, modifying muscle car electrical circuits for cooling fans and/or power windows, or adding a premium stereo and other conveniences to modern performance cars. Learn More
$29.99 ea.
Body Panel Replacement DVD Part # 88-1041
Discusses Important Safety Issues Door Skins, Full And Partial Panel Installation Setting Panel Gaps Welding Tips And Techniques Hammer and Dolly Techniques Bonding Adhesives And Leading Techniques Demonstrated If you're overwhelmed by a huge restoration job, let this DVD guide you through replacing the sheet metal on your vintage or late mode vehicle. Many different scenarios are discussed and demonstrated in the DVD, includeing welding, adhesives, full and partial panel replacements, rust removal, re-leading original joints, metal finishing, and planning your panel replacement project. From a small patch to a large panel, Body panel replacement shows you how! Learn More
$39.99 ea.
Bodywork & Rust Repair Guide Book Part # 88-0379-3
Author: Matt Joseph Softbound 8.5 x 11" 160 pages 450 color photos ISBN 13: 9781932494976 There comes a time when just about every car on the road will need some form of rust or body repair. Quite often, if the car is a daily driver for running errands, repairs are never made, and the car eventually ends up in junkyard heaven. For our beloved collector cars, hot rods, and muscle cars, dents, dings, and rust are not an option, and neither is the scrap heap. And for just about any restoration project, the bodywork is by far the most expensive part of the process. In Automotive Bodywork and Rust Repair, veteran Matt Joseph shows you the ins and outs of tackling both simple and difficult rust and metalwork projects. This book teaches you how to select the proper tools for the job, common-sense approaches to the task ahead of you, preparing and cleaning sheet metal, section fabrications and repair patches, welding options such as gas and electric, forming, fitting and smoothing, cutting metal, final metal finishing, including filling and sanding, the secrets of lead filling, making panels fit properly, and more. It also includes a comprehensive resource guide. Whether you want to tackle a full restoration project, or just want to save money by doing minor repairs yourself, Automotive Bodywork and Rust Repair is the book to get you through it. Learn More
$32.99 ea.
How To Make Your Muscle Car Handle, Book Part # 88-1102-3
Softbound 8.5 X 11" 144 Pages 328 Color Photos How To Make Your Muscle Car Handle by Mike Sevistske How to Make Your Muscle Car Handle defines, explores, and reviews the complete suspension system, and teaches you how to best choose your upgrades for maximum effectiveness. Cornering and handling is becoming a critical part of any performance car, and the great American muscle machines have the potential to do so on par with many modern sports cars. Author Mark Savitske has made a career out of improving the suspension design and performance of these great cars, and all of his experience is evident on the pages of this great new book. . Learn More
$24.99 ea.
Metal Preparation And Rust Repair DVD Part # 88-1042
Finish And Paint Removal Chemical Vs. Mechanical Hammer and Dolly Techniques Budget Rust Patch Project Detailed Sealing The Back Side Of A Rust Repair Rust Converters Explained And Demonstrated If you've ever seen you favorite car in a field or junk yard and thought it was "too late" to save it, now you can save it yourself. Rust does not mean the end of a project. This DVD shows you how to revive that rusty panel and create a foundation so you can save that car. Homemade patch panels are inexpensive, and if done correctly, can last the life of the vehicle. This DVD shows you how to do it the right way the first time. Hammer and dolly technique, filler application, blocking and resurfacing your panels, as well as rust conversion are discussed and demonstrated in detail in this presentation. Learn More
$39.99 ea.
GM Numerical Accessory Parts List,1929 Thru 1978 Part # 88-1090-3
333 Pages 6000 Parts List Part Numbers For All GM Brands Need to know what that part fit? Now you can look it up in this 333 page book in numberical order. From 1929 to 1978 all the parts are listed as to their application. It may identify a can of polish, floor mats or even a tissue dispenser. Not only give you accessories but parts as well. Old parts have numbers stamped in or on them so now you can make certain it fits the application you desire. Learn More
$22.99 ea.
Camaro Collector's Originality Guide Book, 1970-1981 Part # 717219
A Must For All 2nd Generation Enthusiasts Great History Of 2nd Generation Camaros Filled With Facts Such As Option Codes, Interior Colors & More Large 10-1/2" x 8-1/2" Format 144 Color Filled Pages Learn More
$39.99 ea.
Conclusive Camaro Recognition Guide Book Volume Three 1970-1973 Part # 33-10911
220 Pages Color Pictures Includes Original GM Part Numbers Ricks Camaros is offering this recognition guide for your 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Camaro. This guide is complete with data plate, trim tag, production numbers, rare parts and much, much more. This guide will assist you with answering those age old questions you have always asked about your Camaro.  Ricks Camaros offers this guide to help you with your 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Camaro. Choose Ricks Camaros for all your restoration needs. Learn More
$22.99 ea.
Book, How To Hook and Launch: Traction Mods for Street and Strip Part # 88-1805-3
Author: Dick Miller Softbound 8.5 x 11 128 Pages 230 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709351 While building big horsepower has becomre easier, putting that power to the pavement is still quite a challenge. Getting great "bite" involves a lot more than sticky tires and a smoky burnout. The suspension system is being put to work in a way it was never designed to operate. A better understanding of exactly what is happening to the suspension when the car launches fron a standing start will assist you in maximizing your car's effectivness on the street or at the track. In How to Hook and Launch: Traction Mods for the Street and Strip, author Dick Miller explains the physics behind what gets a car moving from a standing start, and how to best harness the various powers at work. Getting the rear tires to really bite and gain maximum traction is divided into several small steps, and Miller walks you through each phase of the launch. Today's enthusiasts face a wdie range of potential traction improvments, from softer tires and basic bolt-ons to complete or partial chassis replacements. Most opt for something in between, where some well-engineered componets are chosen to replace the factory equipment and offer a greater capability and range of adjustment. It is this range of upgrades where Miller spends most of his time, explaining what the parts and pieces do, and how to use them to their highest potential. Learn More
$24.99 ea.
Book, How To Build Killer Big Block Chevy Engines Part # 88-1804-3
Author: Tom Dufur Softbound 8.5 x 11 144 Pages 406 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709283 Since it's introduction in 1965, the big block Chevy engine has been a force to be reckoned with on both the street and the track. Over the past four decades, the big block has undergone a constant evolution toward greater efficiency and durability. It's also picked up more displacement, as General Motors is now offering crate engines up to 572ci, and aftermarket versions have gone much larger still. In How to Build Killer Big Block Chevy Engines, author Tom Dufur reviews the commonly available factory parts along with many aftermarket offerings, and discusses the advantages of both. Additionally, he includes popular buildup recipes and showcases the dyno results, proving theories and sharing in-depth research. Dufur's decades of experience designing, assembling, tuning, and racing the big block Chevy engine truly shine through. A wealth of full-color photos, charts, and graphs makes it easy to understand the critical points of these great engines. In-depth chapters on design, engine preparation, and assembly show you how to develop your own big block Chevy to it's full potential. Whether your big block is designed for life in a street car, a racecar, or even a boat, the wealth of information in this book will ensure it has ample power and longevity once it's all together. Learn More
$24.99 ea.
Book, How To Port & Flow Test Cylinder Heads Part # 88-1802-3
Author: David Vizard Softbound 8.5 x 11 160 Pages 304 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709641 Porting heads is an art and science. It takes a craftsman's touch to shape the surfaces of the head for the optimal flow characteristics and the best performance. Porting demands the right tools, skills, and application of knowledge. Few other engine builders have the same level of knowledge and skill porting engine heads as David Vizard. All the aspects of porting stock as well as aftermarket heads in aluminum and cast-iron constructions are covered. Vizard goes into great depth and detail on porting aftermarket heads. Starting with the basic techniques up to more advanced. In addition, you are also shown how to build a high quality flow bench at home so you can test your work and obtain professional results. Vizard shows how to optimize flow paths through the heads, past the valves, and into the combustion chamber. The book covers blending the bowls, a basic portiing procedure, and also covers pocket porting, porting the intake runners, and many advanced procedures. These advance procedures include unshrouding valves, porting a shortside turn of the port down toward the valve seat, and developing the ideal port area and angle. All of these changes combine to produce optimal flow velocity through the engine for maximum power. Learn More
$29.99 ea.
Book, How To Install And Tune Nitrous Oxide Systems Part # 88-1803-3
Author: Bob McClurg Softbound 8.5 x 11 144 Pages 442 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709344 The use of nitrous oxide as a chemical supercharger has been extremely popular since the 80s, and technology has advancements have been making it easier and safer to work with it ever since. Author Bob McClurg reviews the latest and greatest advancements in engineering and readily available equiptment for adding liquid power to any engine. He discusses the often-mystical subject of nitrous oxide injection systems with a level head and a clear purpose. This book educates on the properties of nitrous oxide and reviews individual componets as well as complete systems. A definite focus on safety and a need to answer the typical questions associated with the use of nitrous oxide is highlighted, and several complete installations are featured. McClurg's vast experience brings authority to the pages, and he worked extensively with many of the pioneers of nitrous oxide injection systems to deliver a comprehensive review of what it takes to choose, install, and tune a system for the best possible performance. Learn More
$24.99 ea.
Automotive Paint Handbook Part # CTM-27
Revised and updated. By John Pfanstiehl. Comprehensive coverage of the entire field of automotive paint technology; types of paint and how to perform a complete paint job, to advanced OEM paint techniques, paint care and inspection. Softbound Learn More

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Book, How To Fabricate Automotive Fiberglass & Carbon Fiber Parts Part # 88-1800-3
Author: Dan Burrill and Jeffrey Zurschmeide Softbound 8.5 x 11 176 Pages 409 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709986 Fiberglass and composite parts are commonly used in many collector cars, hot rods, Corvettes, and even latemodel vehicles. Body panels, interior components, and enige parts are fabricated from fiberglass and composite materials (plastic molded or carbon fiber). While other fiberglass and composite material books have been published, few are focused on fabricating and repairing automotive parts, and this book concentrates on completing common and advanced projects at home in the garage. The reader is shown how to use glass strand mat, woven fiberglass cloth, carbon fiber cloth, and hybrid fabrics for particular applications. The strength of these mats and ideal uses are covered in detail. Also shown is how to correctly mix the typical resins (Polyester, epoxy), hardeners, and gels. Core materials such as wood, foam and honeycomb Nomex, are often used to add strength to various parts. All the relevant tools, including mixing containers, holding containers, saws, scissors, files, and shaping tools are discussed. Constructing wood patterns to exacting standards from wood, Formica, aluminum, and other materials is essential and covered in detail. Whether repairing existing components, fabricating new ones, building a race car, or restoring a classic, this is the one book to guide the reader through each critcial stage. Learn More
$29.99 ea.
Book, Competition Engine Building Part # 88-1700-3
176 Pages 8.5' X 11" Soft Cover 321 Color Photos Excellent For Students And Pros Extensive Data, Charts And Engineering Information Covers The Complete Spectrum From Design To Assembly To Testing And Tuning Author John Baechtel The needs of a true competition engine are quite different than those of the engine under the hood of a typical commuter car. From the basic design needs, to the base component materials, to the sizes of the flow-related hardware, to the precision of the machining, to the capabilities of each pertinent system, very few similarities exist. Many books exist showcasing how to make street-based engines more powerful and/or durable. This book is different, in that it focuses purely on the needs of high rpm, high durability, high-powered racing engines. It begins by looking at the raw design needs, and then shares how these needs are met at the various phases of an engine's development, assembly, testing and tuning. This book features reviews of many popular modern tools, techniques, products, and testing/data collecting machinery. Showing the proper way to use such tools, how to accurately collect data, and how to use the data effectively when designing an engine, is critical information not readily available elsewhere. The special needs of a competition engine aren't commonly discussed, and the many secrets competition engine builders hold closely are openly shared on the pages here. Authored by veteran author John Baechtel, Competition Engine Building stands alone as a premier guide for enthusiasts and students of the racing engine. It also serves as a reference guide for experienced professionals anxious to learn the latest techniques or see how the newest tools are used. Baechtel is more than just an author, as he holds (or has held) several World Records at Bonneville. Additionally, his engines have won countless races in many disciplines, including road racing and drag racing Learn More
$29.99 ea.
Book, High Performance GM LS-Series Cylinder Head Guide Part # 88-1801-3
Author: David Grasso Softbound 8.5 x 11 144 Pages 333 Color Photos ISBN: 9781934709900 The GM LS-Series V-8s are easily the most popular engines in the aftermarket right now. They have proven to be full of power potential and are readily available in either new of used condition in a wide range of displacements. Choosing the best possible cylinder head to match the rest of the package is key to making any LS-based project engine perform to its highest potential. This book reviews every readily available factory and aftermarket cylinder head designed for GM LS-Series engines, and delivers the facts about each in an easily comparable format. In includes the basic dimensions of each head, along with their claimed airflow rates. Also included is information on interchangeability, combustion chamber size, compression ratios, applications, performance characteristics, helpful tips, and even a chapter on intakes. Whether you're a budget enthusiast looking for the best possible factory head to top your specific combination, an engine swapper looking to modernize your vintage muscle car, or a racer looking for the best flowing head out there, High Performance GM LS-Series Cylinder Head Guide is essential for accomplishing your goals. Learn More
$24.99 ea.
GM Numerical Accessory Parts List CD,1929 Thru 1978 Part # 88-3728-3
Easy To Navigate CD 6000 Parts List Part Numbers For All GM Brands Need to know what that part fit? Now you can look it up in this CD in numberical order. From 1929 to 1978 all the parts are listed as to their application. It may identify a can of polish, floor mats or even a tissue dispenser. Not only give you accessories but parts as well. Old parts have numbers stamped in or on them so now you can make certain it fits the application you desire. Learn More
$24.99 ea.

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Junior Stock Drag Racing Book Part # 88-1806-3
160 Pages 458 Color And Black & White Photos 8.5" X 11" Softbound In the 1950s and 1960s, drag racing was an exciting new sport that anyone with a car could participate in. Based on their equipment, the participants' cars were assigned to specific classes. This structure made it possible to compete against others with similar equipment, and for the most talented tuners and drivers to become National Champions and/or World Record holders in their class. This class format encouraged amateur participation on a level never before seen. Drag racing was a popular hobby for many, and their competition vehicles were typically warmed-over street cars that had been strategically upgraded to the limits of their specific class. This made drag racing wildly popular and amazingly attainable. The end of the class structure meant a great loss in the sport's popularity, but these amazing times will never be forgotten. Stock-class drag racing is celebrated in this new book, with hundreds of vintage color photographs showing the way it used to be. If you were a fan or participant back in the day, or are a lover of vintage drag cars, Junior Stock: Stock Class Drag Racing 1964-1971 is a book you'll thoroughly enjoy. Learn More
$34.99 ea.
Chevrolet Indy Pace Car Book Part # 88-1605-3
Covers Pace Cars From 1948-1990 Includes Information On VIN Numbers And Cowl Tags 218 Pages This "Out-of-Print" book is a must have for the Pace Car enthusiast or anyone who has fond memories of the cars which have graced "Gasoline Alley". Once these are gone, that will be it. Get yours from today at a great price! Learn More
$25.99 ea.
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