The OEM 1941 Buick Shop Manual is a high quality authorized licensed reproduction of the original shop manual published by Buick Motors Division. If you plan on servicing a 1941 Buick Series 40, 50, 60, 70 or 90, you'll want this detailed manual within reach. It contains 284 detailed pages of well written procedures accompanied by a host of sharp illustrations, black and white photographs, tables and other visual aids to help give you the information and confidence to spin some wrenches on your classic Buick. As you'd expect, it covers all aspects of the car from body and frame to suspension and brakes. Need specifications for your in-line eight cylinder? This book has you covered whether you're looking for the 248 cubic inch engine from the Series 40 and Series 50, or the 320.2 cubic inch version found in the Series 60, 70 and 80. Need information on compound carburetion? This service manual covers that, too. Of course, it also has helpful wiring diagrams.
NOTE: While this manual does cover some basic body work, a more extensive coverage of the body can be found in the Fisher Body manuals. For in depth information on all body work except sheet metal paneling jobs related to the 1941-1942 Buick models, please see the 1941 - 1942 Fisher Body Service Manual, which can be found by clicking here...1941 - 1942 Fisher Body Service Manual. For specific information regarding body sheet metal and metal panel work related to the 1941-1942 Buick models , please see the 1941 -1942 Fisher Body Sheet Metal Service Manual, which can be found by clicking here...1941 - 1942 Fisher Body Sheet Metal Service Manual.
BUICK MODELS COVERED:
- 1941 Buick Century Series 60
- 1941 Buick Limited Series 90
- 1941 Buick Roadmaster Series 70
- 1941 Buick Special Series 40-A
- 1941 Buick Special Series 40-B
- 1941 Buick Super Series 50
This manual is perfect for the restorer or anyone working on one of these vehicles. Clear illustrations show exploded views as well as component details, plus specs on engine data, engine torque, carburetion, and more.
Get the shop manual that the Buick mechanics used in order to service these classic cars back in 1941. Order yours today!
Subject: 1941 Buick Shop Manual - Includes Detailed Procedures and Instructions.
| OEM Part Number: BPS-1.26