1947 Buick Written Assembly Manual Reprint All Models, useful for 1942 and 1946 also

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This is an assembly manual unlike any other you’ve seen. It is mostly text with only a few illustrations– it contains the written instructions for the final assembly line. The final assembly line includes putting major components, such as engine, transmission, and body, onto the rolling chassis, as well as installing mechanical components.

This manual describes the parts used in assembly, often identifying what they’re made of and how they are sealed. Sometimes, you’ll learn specific instructions for a how a part is installed. Or, you’ll find out tips to take special care in cleaning, adjusting, or sealing a part to prevent problems. Areas of carryover and change from 1946 are often addressed. You’ll see specifications for adjusting and lubricating parts. Sometimes you’ll see tests to make sure a part is installed properly. You’ll see this type of information for engine, transmission, rear axle, fuel tank, exhaust, fenders, bumpers, locks, trunk lining, hood, dash electrical cables, and brakes.

You will also find instructions for dozens of step-by-step procedures. For example, you will find out how to position the engine, axle, and body brackets within the frame. Here are some additional examples: hood hinge adjustments, steering gear alignment, wheel alignment, caster and camber angles (specifications and adjustments), bleeding brakes, brake shoe adjustment, and transmission noise prevention tips. Includes a 5-page list of bolt sizes and torque specifications.

The book occasionally references drawings which are in other books. Each page is watermarked, please see the sample page. Buy now to own this hard-to-find book.
"1947 Buick All Models Written Assembly Instruction Manual"
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Covers all models of 1947 Buick, including Special, Super, and Roadmaster. Since 1946 models are nearly identical (and differences are sometimes noted in the book), and 1942 models are also very similar, this book is useful for 1942 and 1946 also.
1942 Buick Special Series 40-A
1942 Buick Special Series 40-B
1942-1947 Buick Roadmaster Series 70
1942-1947 Buick Super Series 50
1946-1947 Buick Special Series 40
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