Du kanske gillar. Inbunden Engelska, Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Laddas ned direkt. Wooden-Bodied Vehicles - Buying, Building, Restoring and Maintaining provides practical advice for anybody who is contemplating the purchase, restoration or even the building of a wooden-framed vehicle. It will guide the reader around some of the common problems and pitfalls associated with such vehicles, while at the same time highlighting some of the techniques required to end up with a beautiful wooden vehicle of which they can be justifiably proud.
Wooden-Bodied Vehicles — Buying, Building, Restoring and Maintaining provides practical advice for anybody who is contemplating the purchase, restoration or even the building of a wooden-framed vehicle. It will guide the reader around some of the common problems and pitfalls associated with such vehicles, while at the same time highlighting some of the techniques required to end up with a beautiful wooden vehicle which they can be justifiably proud.
The book shows that multiple possible routes, options and solutions are available when faced with tasks on a wooden-bodied vehicle, and it provides builders and restorers with solutions that should match their skill and experience levels. Some may have the skillset and enthusiasm to tackle a complete body rebuild, while others may have to employ the services of a professional in order to end up with a vehicle that meets their expected restoration standards. This book will guide the reader through what is possible at home and what should be left to a professional. Combining a wide range of advice from highly skilled professional and home restorers, and the author's own experience, the book gives tips, advice and techniques concerning the ownership and restoration of a diverse range of wooden-bodied vehicles, from small cars to buses.
Illustrated with over full colour photographs and showing the fantastic results that can be achieved with the right tools and techniques, Wooden-Bodied Vehicles is an invaluable practical manual for owners of all types of wooden-bodied vehicle. Colin Peck grew up in North London and was interested in all forms of road transport from an early age.
He initially worked in transport management, before moving into transport journalism and then public relations.
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Colin has restored a number of classic cars ranging from Austin and Mercedes-Benz through to a Flathead Ford and even a Checker taxicab. It had 33, miles when purchased, now 67, Dick has refinished the wood a few times but it is original.
Prior to , Oldsmobile station wagon bodies were built by Hercules. For only, they used Fisher bodies, common with Chevrolet wagons, but with nicer appointments. This woodie was ordered with the deluxe equipment package and optional Hydra-Matic Drive. It is powered by a CID straight 6-cylinder engine. Dodge constructed fewer than of these Westchester Suburban wagons, then ceased woodie production entirely in In , Dodge commercial chassis were sent to the U.
Body and Forging Company in Tell City, Indiana, for construction and fitting of wooden body and interior. Final assembly and trim work was completed by Dodge. The body is fabricated from white ash with cottonwood paneling.
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Interior door panels are birch, decorative belt molding immediately below the windows is of red gumwood. Wheelbase is inches, and commercial cars were equipped with a truck-type transmission, three speeds forward, one reverse. Production totaled 3, with an additional 80 built on the Plymouth Roadking chassis for export.
The spare tire was no longer fender mounted, but moved to a special floor well and mount on the rear of the front seat. It was stored immediately. Restoration began later, in Son, Patrick, was deployed to Afghanistan in and missed half of the month restoration.
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Customers had a choice of mahogany on this car or light maple panels. This vehicle was purchased in by Vince Altieri of Pittsburg in extremely poor condition from a Long Island Nursery, where it was used as a delivery, service and family vehicle. Ground-up restoration was finished in when it received its First Junior Award, and won the Walter P.
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Chrysler Award. Its wood is new white ash with honduran mahogany panels, all formed and fitted to perfection.
Body paint is exact-match battalion beige. VanZandt and his two sons worked together for several years on the restoration, with components farmed out to various specialty shops for rework. The rebuilt body was constructed from red oak, all of which came from the same tree. This Packard has been in the Simone family since The car survived because it was well taken car of mechanically and was sanded and varnished every spring.
The Ambassador Suburban Sedan was the rarest of the post-war Nash body styles. During three short years of production, only 1, woody suburbans were produced, with accounting for cars.
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Currently, there are about 20 examples known to survive. The design of the woodie suburban was based on the Nash Ambassador series, but had a separate chassis and frame construction with a nine-inch longer wheelbase than other Nash models. The frame work is made of white ash wood and the panels of mahogany. This example is an amazing, all-original survivor. Thus, in , Ford added the station wagon to its line of Model A body styles and advertise them.
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Iron Mountain was used to build wood kits to be shipped to Murray Body Co. For , there was little change in the body — mainly a more round and sloping front roof line. Side curtains were of rubber-interlined material, tan-gray to harmonize with the body finish.
The tailgate hinged down onto leather-covered chains to form a luggage platform. Production for the year was 1, with 4-cylinder engine and with V-8 power. The latter could be identified by V-8 emblems on the headlight bar and hubcaps.