Rick Memorial

We are proud to be able to offer a large selection of rare and hard-to-find workshop and owner's manuals for classic cars and trucks of the last century. These will prove an invaluable resource for car enthusiasts, especially those intending to carry out restoration and repair projects on these timeless vehicles.

These are all used manuals in varying condition since they were all used in actual automotive workshops. The important thing is the inform-ation they contain, but if the physical appearance of the books is important to you, please ask us before you order.

There are many more workshop manuals and other automotive books arriving soon, so we suggest you revisit this page for future updates of this list.

Rick's Morgan

Morgan 003 LD

1961 MORGAN Plus Four, 1,991cc
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Owner's Manuals

Code

Year

Make

Description

Price

45208

45207
45213
45215
45216
45202
45211
45214
45201
45203
45204
45206
45205
45209
45210

1969

1971
1979
1932-48

1984
1988

1954-59
1954-59

from 1966
from 1963

Bedford
Commer
Ford
Ford
Ford
Honda,
Mazda
Nissan
Nissan
Riley
Rover
Rover
Rover
Triumph
Triumph

TK
Mk iv
300 truck
D series
V8 & Mercury
Civic
T series Truck
Bluebird U11 series
CK series Truck,
Elf
60, 75, 90
60, 75, 90, 105
3500, 3500s
Vitesse GT6
2000, 2500, 2.5PI

10.00

10.00
5.00
10.00
50.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
30.00
15.00
15.00
30.00
30.00
20.00

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WHERE IT ALL BEGAN . . .

This is a full size replica of Henry Ford's first engine.

He brought it home from Detroit Electric Illuminating Co. where he worked and set it up on the kitchen sink, where he demonstrated it to his wife on Christmas eve 1893. He clamped it to the kitchen sink, but Mrs Ford was requested to help him get it running.

Gasoline was a waste product, even in Henry's day. He and a few others were learning how to harness this "waste product" to not only capitalize on an engine that would run well on it, but sell the fuel as well. Henry even owned the iron ore mines and rubber plant-ations.

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