This set contains the two books you need to repair a 1941 Packard: the"1941 Packard Preliminary Shop Manual Super Eight One - Sixty Custom Super Eight One - Eighty" and the "Shop Manual 1938 1939 Series Packard." Both are reprints of the manuals that Packard mechanics used to service vehicles. Inside, you will find detailed service procedures for brakes, chassis, suspension, shock absorbers, clutch, cooling system, distributor, horn, spark plugs, engine, bearings, oiling system, valve system, frame, fuel system, carburetor, fuel pump, rear axle, steering system, transmission, and universal joints. Find out about maintenance, lubrication, and troubleshooting. The supplement details changes that were made in 1941 (this supplement is the same as the owner's manual - if you already have an owner's manual, see my other items for the 1938-1939 manual). The 1941 supplement will refer you back to the 1938-39 shop manual for the repairs that did not change between the years. With the step-by-step illustrated instructions, specifications, and wiring diagrams in these manuals, you will have the information you need to get your project on the road and keep it there. The 1938-1939 book measures 8.5" x 11" with 152 pages, and the 1941 Supplement measures 5.25" x 8.25" with 64 pages. Both books are in BRAND NEW CONDITION! You can use the information in these manuals to restore 1941 Series Packard Super Eight One - Sixty, and Custom Super Eight One - Eighty. Buy now to own the best manuals for your car.