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Maybe you're not ready to take on the task of engine building yourself. Our detailed manuals are an excellent way to learn more about your vehicle to become a more knowledgeable consumer. Use manuals and guides as a way to familiarize yourself with the basic mechanics of your vehicle. This extra effort can help you avoid unnecessary part changes and labor costs when working with a questionable mechanic. A better knowledge of your automobile will help you learn when and how to perform routine maintenance procedures to keep it purring longer. Grab an engine building book, DVD guide or basic repair manual from The Motor Bookstore to become your own mechanic.
Above: Larry Capalbo & Bill Grant's engine installation in one of our Factory Five Cobra kit cars. The second photo shows Larry's workshop and the two FF5 kits being built. Garden Grove, CA.