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Alfa Romeo Schrauberhandbuch

31.11 GBP
Alfa Romeo owner's bible
Maintenance and repair. Written by Pat Braden, 274 pages with 500 b/w illustrations: 275 x 215 mm, binding: hardcover, language: German

If you own or lust after an Alfa Romeo, this book is for you!
Few cars evoke the passionate experience that comes with owning an Alfa. Accelerating at 100-rpm increments just to hear the musicality of the rising exhaust note. Finding corners where the tires bite like newly sharpened skates on clean ice. Admiring the sensuous body styling and engine castings-all compound curves and aluminum alloy, so often copied in the designs of lesser cars.
Alfas can also be demanding, frustrating cars to own. They are not so much unreliable, as difficult to understand and troubleshoot when problems do arise. "Alfa Romeo Owner's Bible" gives you precisely the kind of experienced information you need to serenely buy, maintain and drive an Alfa.
Head gasket repairs, valve adjustments, camshaft timing, carburetor and SPICA fuel injection tuning, and driveshaft "donut" replacement are just a few of the many maintenance and repair procedures explained and backed up by hundreds of step-by-step photos. This tremendously valuable information is crucial to owning, understanding and driving an Alfa, even if you don't work on it yourself.
You will also get expert advice on things you should know when buying a used Alfa-specifically, where to look for rust problems, or signs of neglect or abuse-plus high-performance tuning for street and track, choosing accessories, and fascinating marque history.
Author Pat Braden has owned and maintained more than 50 Alfas and is a columnist and former editor of Alfa Owner magazine. Though many fine books have been published on Alfa Romeo, this is the only book that provides you with the experienced, hands-on guidance you need to keep you in the driver's seat. No Alfa lover should be without it.
Subtitle Reparieren und Optimieren leicht gemacht
Author Pat Braden
Pages 274
Format 215 mm x 275 mm
Blurb So viele Alfa-Schraubertipps gab es noch nie. Anhand zahlreicher Bilder und anschaulicher Erklärungen erfährt der Alfa-Fahrer alles Wissenswerte vom Wartungshinweis bis zur Anleitung für professionelle Reparaturen mit möglichst einfachen Mitteln. Pat Bradens Alfa-Schrauberbibel - in den USA und weltweit seit vielen Jahren der Renner - behandelt die wichtigsten Klassiker der Nachkriegszeit in einem Band: Dank der modellübergreifenden Motoren- und Fahrwerkstechnik findet hier jeder Alfafahrer, was er wissen muss - ganz gleich, ob es um die Giulietta-, die Giulia- oder die Alfetta-Varianten geht. Bis ins Detail werden die Vierzylinder, die Reihensechser und die V6-Motoren mit und ohne Einspritzung erklärt, daher reicht die Palette vom 1900 bis zum 164, der auf den besten Weg zum Youngtimer-Klassiker-Status ist. Selbst Schraubernovizen lernen hier mühelos die Fehlersuche und obendrein die Grundlagen der gefürchteten Auto-Elektrik - und dass niemand Angst vor der Technik haben muss.