Catálogo de PeçasFord 1928/1938 Autos e Caminhões em PORTUGUÊS !!!
Catálogo de peças em PORTUGUES
Este Catálogo contém todas as peças com a numeração correspondente, do seu
Contém as peças para todos os veículos automóveis e utilitários e
caminhões fabricados pela Ford no período de 1928 a 1938, inclusive
para o Ford 29, como ficou chamado no Brasil, mas que o certo é FORD
Editado em 1938, quando a Ford Motor Co. Exports. Inc.
ainda tinha sede na Rua Solon, nº 809 - Caixa Postal 2K, no Bom Retiro, São
Paulo. Ótimo para identificar as peças, através dos números
que se encontram estampados, fundidos e forjados nas mesmas.
Importante para distinguir se uma PEÇA É ORIGINAL. É essencial para manter
seu Ford no estado original e adquirir peças de reposição. Indica o
nº de cada peça dos veículos 4 cil. Ford 1928 a 1938, 8 cil. de 1932 a 1938.
Contém ilustrações mostrando as peças na sua ordem de montagem de CADA
CONJUNTO MECÂNICO !
É o Catálogo que os agentes Ford usavam
para fazer seus pedidos de peças direto para a Ford. Tem TABELA PARA
IDENTIFICAÇÃO DOS MODELOS dos veículos, através de letra e nº e também para
identificar as carrocerias Ford de 1928 a 1938, por ex: Phaeton, Cupê,
Conversível, pickup, etc . É um Catálogo indispensável para quem tem
veículos de passeio e caminhões. Tamanho: 28 x 22 cm, 329 págs e
muitas ilustrações !
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The period covered in this colorful photohistory represents the most collectible Mustang model years, and top automotive journalist Mike Mueller examines all the hardtops, convertibles, and fastbacks of the era, along with the phenomenal sales Mustang posted in its extended first year, the design changes and special performance editions of the 1960s, associations with race legends like Carroll Shelby, the role Lee Iacocca played in the cars introduction, and the marketing tactics that helped make the Mustang an American classic.
The authors brilliant modern color photographs of factory original cars are accompanied by nostalgic period sales literature and behind-the-scenes black-and-white photography repicting Mustang development. 56 pages, 150 color
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This rich new history from award-winning authors Randy Leffingwell and David Newhardt traces the Shelby Mustang story from the early Shelby America cars built in a converted airplane hangar in Southern California to the 2006 version of the new Mustang. Pages: 192
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On the other, those less mechanically inclined can simply enjoy a fun stocker. The 1979 to 1993 Fox-platform Mustangs and their contemporary counterparts, the 1994-2001 Mustangs, are widely available, relatively inexpensive, and easy to work on. Mustang Buyers Guide 1979-2004 will help you sort out the myriad diffenences over the past 25 years and ensure you buy the best car possible.Pages: 240 / 200 color
Author: JOHN SMITH Covering the most numerous Mustangs on the streets today (1973-1995), 5.0L MUSTANG BOLT-ON PERFORMANCE GUIDE provides the Ford enthusiast with a comprehensive catalog of bolt-on performance parts designed to improve the already potent Mustang.
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When Ford introduced the new 1979 Mustangs on what is known as the Fox platform, it sparked a new revolution in automotive modification and performance. Hailed as the sports car for the masses”, the Mustang GT soon became one of the most modified cars Ford has ever produced. The Mustang’s low entry price, followed by the storm of available aftermarket parts, has made the Fox-bodied Mustang (1979-1995) the most desirable and modified car on the market in the last 20 years.
How To Build Max Performance Fox Mustangs on a Budget is an essential book for anyone who wants to modify this affordable and popular sports car, covering everything from planning your project, engine modification and performance, transmission and driveline upgrades, to suspension performance modification and body modification. Pages: 224
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