How about an edition of Fords V8 Repair Book! Up for consideration is an. Publication of Victor Pages 1947. Ford V8 Cars and Trucks Manual. (For a nice bio of the author, see below). A 729 page hardcover book of the complete Construction, Repair, Servicing and Maintenance information you need to keep up the 1932 to 1940 Ford Cars and Truck models with the V Type 8 Cylinder engines. Its 23 chapters are broken down into these sections. The Ford V8 Car, Its Engine, Parts and Components 2. Features of the Ford V8 Car and Truck Design and Construction 3. The Model V8 Engine, Its Operation and Parts 4. The Ford V8 Fuel Supply System 5. The Ford V8 Single and Dual Carb Systems 6. The Ford V8 Electrical and Ignition Systems 7. The Generating – Lighting- Ignition Systems 8. The Ford V8 Cooling Systems 9. The Ford V8 Lube Systems. The Ford V8 Clutch and Tranny. The Ford V8 Car and Truck Rear Axle. The Ford V8 Wheels, Steering, and Tires. The Ford V8 Brake System and Misc Chassis Parts. Instructions for driving the The Ford V8. Lube and Maintenance of the The Ford V8. Locating and Correcting Troubles on the Road. Major Overhauling and Engine Repairing. Tuning the Ford V8 engine and Top Overhaul. Scientific Troubleshooting with Lab Test Drive. The Ford V8 Radio Troubles and Installation. As you can see from the pictures, this is a great Engine manual for your 1932 to 1940 Ford car and truck! This book is in. Excellent ++ form, pages tanned from age but in Near MINT shape! My Book Ratings are as follows. Mint: New or Like New condition, The overall condition of the book shows little or no sign of use. Near Mint: The pages are crisp and/or white, and the binding & cover strong & nearly unmarked. Excellent (+) Plus : The pages are not torn, missing or abused. The binding & cover are strong with minimal or little wear. Excellent: The pages are not torn or missing, but may be slightly dirty or have some greasy prints. The binding & cover are strong , showing only some wear at the corners. Very Good : The pages are all intact and not abused, but may be frayed at the edge and possibly greasy or dirty from use. The binding & cover are strong but with fraying and/or stains/marks on the cover. Good: The pages are all there, but with signs of much use. Some may be taped, slightly torn, or show a lot of greasy prints or dirt. The binding & cover are intact, but may be loose or has much fraying at the edges. Fair: The pages are all there, but may be loose from the binding, torn and/or very dirty from use. The cover & binding are much to be desired, although the book is very much readable and useful for repairs. Victor Page BIO and Factoids….. 10, 1885, in New Bedford, Bristol County, MA. Began his automotive career in 1902, (just nine years after the Duryea brothers built the first American car). When he and his brother Arthur A. Page produced The Page automobile in 1905. And by 1910, he had established himself as one of the country’s leading authorities on automobiles. Page was a talented engineer and inventor. Page’ was the Chief Engineering Officer of the largest aviation training center in the world (in France) during World War I, and was employed by the National Youth Administration to train aviation mechanics during World War II. By 1920 Page was a top technical writer and wrote many articles and books on the theory, operation and repair of the American Automobile. Page’ was the foremost technical writer of his day. He wrote a great many articles and books on the theory of operation and repair of automobiles. He also wrote extensively on airplanes and airplane service, and he wrote books about motorcycles, tractors, and boats. In short, he wrote about anything that was powered by an internal combustion engine. Page’ was more than a writer, however, he was a talented engineer and inventor who designed and attempted to manufacture an airplane and several automobiles and trucks, like….. In addition Taxicabs and light commercial cars were built. Features included a 117 inch wheelbase, 30 x 3 1/2 inch wheels and tires and disc wheels. Only about 130 Victor Page automobiles were built from 1921 to 1924. Page also had a cloudy history of the companies he formed and the airplane and vehicles he built. He designed and built 2. Automobiles called The Victor Page and The Utility. Two low-cost air-cooled cars to be built by the. Motors Corporation in Farmingdale, Long Island, and Stamford, CT. Had these cars succeeded, they would have changed the course of automotive history. He was sued by his shareholders and closed up shop in 1924, producing a few conventional cars (named above) until 1927. Although Page’ was a self-educated engineer, who wrote many books on airplane and automobile repair, he also designed and built: the forerunner of the modern snowmobile in 1904; the 1906 Page Runabout in Providence, RI; the first aluminum adjustable-pitch propeller in 1909; an airplane in Providence, RI, in 1910; the Aero-Type Four Automobile from 1921 to 1927; the Utility Four Automobile from 1921 to 1927; and the Fairfield Four truck in Stamford, CT, in 1927. Victor Page, one of the first people to make a living as a technical communicator. In later life, he focused on his 33 automotive and aviation books, popular with the public and critics, which contained information on novel technology, profuse illustrations, and easy-to-access information. Page published books quickly, because of his had first hand expertise, and was continually involved in teaching. He died on Apr. 1, 1947 in New Bedford, Mass. The item “1932 33 1934 35 36 1937 38 39 1940 41 Ford V8 Car Truck Repair Book Manual Rare” is in sale since Saturday, September 23, 2017. This item is in the category “eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Manuals & Literature\Car & Truck Manuals\Other Car Manuals”. The seller is “autopressink” and is located in Pine Grove, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.