Toyota Land Cruiser Repair Manual Chassis Body 1975 1980

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ISBN: 1522939245
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Toyota Chassis and Body Manual 1975 to 1980 - FJ40 BJ40 FJ45 FJ55 This repair manual has been prepared to provide information covering general service repair for the chassis and body of the TOYOTA LAND CRUISER. Applicable Models: FJ40, 43, 45, 55 series BJ40, 43 series HJ45 series

Toyota Landcruiser 1990 2007 Automobile Repair Manual

Author: Max Ellery
Publisher: Renniks Publications
ISBN: 1876720018
Size: 12.74 MB
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Step by step instructions with plenty of photographs, plus detailed information on 6 cylinder 1HZ, 1HD-T, 1HD-FT and 1HD-FTE Toyota Landcruiser vehicles including turbo versions from 1990 to 2002, 4WD. for 70's, 80's and 100's Series body styles. Engines, all transmissions, axles, suspension, brakes, body, wiring schematics, problem solving, plus more. Tune-up, Maintenance, Repairs, Mechanical, Bodywork, Electrical diagrams, Specifications, Restoration. Worldwide specifications. Suitable for DIY, enthusiast or the mechanic.

The Land Cruiser Legend

Author: Alexander Wohlfarth
Publisher: Heel Verlag
ISBN: 3868526595
Size: 14.60 MB
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The complete history of these impressive vehicles that includes technical specs of all models and production lines.

Who Needs A Road

Author: Harold Stephens
Publisher: Wolfenden
ISBN: 0964252155
Size: 11.60 MB
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In the 1960's the authors set off to drive around the world in a Toyota Land Cruiser. It turned out to be the last and longest motor journey every made.

Chevy Chevelle Fifty Years

Author: Mike Mueller
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 9781627885546
Size: 13.86 MB
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A fifty-year retrospective of Chevy's beloved Chevelle, from family hauler to bad-ass muscle-car bruiser. Chevrolet never intended the Chevelle to be a groundbreaking car. In fact, they intended it to be anything but a ground-breaking car. It may have been conventional, and it may have used old-fashioned technology, but without a doubt the Chevelle was a very, very good car--one of the best of its era. Its body-on-frame design, though nothing radical, made it the perfect platform for harnessing the energy about to be unleashed in the coming horsepower wars. When the dust from the muscle-car era settled, the Chevelle, in LS6 form, reigned supreme as the fastest American car ever built. Its stout full-perimeter frame ensured that the car would handle all that energy and still last for the long haul. The buying public appreciated the Chevelle's simple virtues and responded by making the car an unqualified sales success. In its first year, Chevrolet sold nearly 400,000 Chevelles, outselling the Ford Falcon by nearly 30 percent. When Chevelles disappeared for good after the 1977 model year, Chevrolet had produced over 7.2 million of them. The Chevelle was built to hold up to anything their owners could throw at them, and hold up they did. The Chevelle had such a high survival rate that today it is one of the most common cars seen at car shows across the country--and one of the most beloved. Chevy Chevelle: Fifty Years celebrates America's half-century love affair with this iconic muscle car. Licensed with General Motors, this book showcases never-before-seen archival Chevelle photography to which Motorbooks was given unprecedented access.