A NICE Plymouth Triple Set...........the Repair book...with corresponding Power-Flite Tranny book, and the Fix Your Plymouth book!
First, Up for consideration is an Original Chrysler’s 1954 Plymouth Service Manual, (copyright 1953). It is for the Diagnosis, Adjustments, Reconditioning, Lubrication, and Maintenance and covers all Plymouth models from 1946 to 1954….
including these models:
1954 Cambridge and Cranbrook
1953 Cambridge and Cranbrook
1951-1952: Concord, Cambridge, and Cranbrook
1949-1950: Deluxe (inc P18 and P17), and Special Deluxe
1946-1948: Deluxe and Special Deluxe
As you can see from the pictures, this 320 page manual is a must have for the Plymouth owner.
It’s 21 Chapters include:
Front Suspension, Rear Axle, Brakes, Clutch, Propeller Shaft and U-joints, Steering-Power, Frame/Rear Springs/Shocks, and Tranny-Overdrive, Engines, Torque Converter, Ignition, Starting, Generating System, Cooling, and Fuel and Exhaust, Body, Accessories, Instruments/Gauges/Horn/Wipers, Lighting, Lubrication/Maintenance, Wiring Diagrams, and Index!
This book is in Excellent PLUS form.
Secondly, is this Original Plymouth PowerFlite Transmission Service Manual by
Chrysler. A 64 Page manual that mechanics use when
working on automatic trannys. You will find step-by-step illustrated
instructions and information on..........
how to perform hydraulic pressure tests.
instructions for linkage and band adjustments,
lubrication and maintenance,
servicing transmission in the vehicle
dis-assembly and assembly of the transmission
With exploded and cutaway illustrations, diagrams, and
specifications, use this info when you need to keep your Plymouth tranny
This book in Excellent Plus condition
Third, is an Original 1961 Edition of Fix Your Plymouth, 5th Edition, by Bill Toboldt. (copyright 1961). This 272 page hard back book comes from the same publishing folks who made the Dykes Auto Encyclopedia, and is in Excellent Plus shape, pages in Near mint condition.
This neat manual has very thorough information on the repair of Plymouths by none other than a long time contributing writer for MOTORS MANUALS, BILL TOBOLDT. Mr. Tolboldt was the leading expert on Plymouths for Hearst’s Motor Manual Department. Mr. Toboldt wrote numerous books and manuals over a span of 40 years. He was editor and contributor to countless magazines over his career and was known worldwide as a genius in the Automotive world. So they know what they are talking about!
This book covers Plymouth Auto Repair from 1946 to 1961.
It’s 26 plus chapters include all the normal aspects of Plymouth Auto Repair, but should be used in conjunction with any Motors or Chiltons manual because of these interesting chapters:
Tune Up Tips for Plymouths, Short Cuts on Engine Dis-Assembly, Quick Service on Shocks, Emergency Troubleshooting, How to Get More Speed,
A lot of chapters deal with shop “kinks” or hints and/or short cuts on doing a particular job. VERY HELPFUL!
What I like about the books are these great chapters……….Simplified Propeller Shaft Service, Mechanical and Tune Up Specs, Quick Service on: BRAKES, BATTERIES, TRANNYS, Tips on Body Service
Again, this is in Excellent Plus shape, pages in Near mint condition.
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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.