Big-Block Chevy motors have seen duty in many roles. From being true workhorses in medium-duty trucks to powering muscle cars such as the Corvette. The How To Rebuild Big-Block Chevy Engines book, written by Tom Wilson and published by HP Books, is a must-have book for the big-block Chevy rebuilder.
If you happen to have a Big-Block Chevy in your garage or shop, it is a motor worth rebuilding, and this how-to book shows you with text and over 500 close-up photos of how to do it, from beginning to end.
How to Rebuild Big-Block Chevy Engines has been a popular seller here at The Motor Bookstore for many years, and with good reason. With comprehensive engine specs, photos, drawings, charts and graphs, this is one of the most complete manuals on the subject.
In addition, you'll get details on troubleshooting, how to recondition parts, and how to properly assemble the motor. If you want to undertake a 396 Chevy rebuild, or a Chevy 400 rebuild, if you have a 427 Chevrolet big block engine, or if you need 427 big block specs, this 160-page manual is what you need.
Subject: A step-by-step guide that shows you how to rebuild your Chevy Big-Block motor. ISBN-10: 0895861755 | ISBN-13: 9780895861757 | HPBooks 755
TABLE of CONTENTS:
Time to rebuild?
Parts identification and interchange
Publisher: HP Books
Author: Tom Wilson
Pages: 160 - Over 500 b&w photos and illustrations
Binding: Paperback - 8.25 x 11 inches
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