The VW Air-Cooled Engine is a no-nonsense engine manual that any practical-minded person can understand, giving a highly illustrated step-by-step guide to dismantling and rebuilding a Type 1 engine. Most of the operations described in the book can be applied to the Type 4 unit used in 1700, 1800 and 2-litre Transporter models as well. Topics covered included workshop essentials; keeping the engine healthy; removing and stripping down the engine; examination of the engine components; reassembling the engine and ancillaries and full specifications of the various Type 1 and Type 4 engines. With over 300 colour images, this book will be an invaluable resource for anyone involved in the repair and maintenance of these iconic engines.
Ken Cservenka has been repairing and servicing VW air-cooled engines, both his own and customers', since buying his first Beetle in 1969. His experience ranges from straightforward servicing to full engine rebuilds. He has written or co-written several books on VW subjects, and his articles and photography have appeared in several well-known magazines; he is also an occasional Concours d' Elegance judge.
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