Triumph Spitfire and Gt6

Triumph Spitfire and Gt6

Triumph Spitfire and Gt6

This title is part of a series of motoring books which look into different models, viewed from leading motoring magazines. Each book has a selection of information such as production figures, rally records, roadtests, and servicing information.

Triumph Spitfire1500 Wsm

Triumph Spitfire1500 Wsm

Triumph Spitfire1500 Wsm

Includes specs, tuning data, tools and detailed step-by-step repair and service procedures for all components.

Triumph Spitfire and GT6

Triumph Spitfire and GT6

Triumph Spitfire and GT6

For a whole generation of car enthusiasts, Triumph was the manufacturer to turn to when buying a sports car. Whether it was a Spitfire or GT6 - or the more costly TR models - this Coventry manufacturer was the sports car king during the twentieth century. Now that these machines are fully fledged classics, nothing has changed. While the Spitfire has the MGB as a formidable adversary, the GT6 is still in a class of its own. Triumph Spitfire and GT6 details the history and development of these classic cars, with specification guides for each of the five Spitfire derivatives and three GT6 models. Topics covered include:Development and production of the five Spitfire derivatives from 1962 - 1980: the Spitfire 4, 4 Mk2, Mk3, MkIV and 1500.The GT6 models from 1966-1973: the Mk1, Mk2 and Mk3.Spitfire and GT6 in motorsport - 24 Hours in Le Mans, Alpine Rally and Tour de France, and racing in the US.Full buying guide and tips on modifying, with colour and trim options, and details of optional extras available for each model.An insight into what the press thought of each Spitfire and GT6 derivative, with pages also devoted to how the cars were marketed.

Triumph Spitfire GT6 Vitesse Herald Restoration Manual

Triumph Spitfire  GT6  Vitesse   Herald Restoration Manual

Triumph Spitfire GT6 Vitesse Herald Restoration Manual

BACK IN PRINT! With over 900 photographs and illustrations, this manual is both easy-to-understand and the most complete guide to restoring these iconic cars. Every image digitally rescanned and improved or replaced. The manual contains everything you need to help you work with some of the most restorable of all classic cars. Including: -Model heritage and development. -How to buy a Spitfire, GT6, Vitesse or Herald. -Full 4-cylinder engine strip-down and rebuild. -Full body and chassis restoration. -Tuning hints and tips. -Transmission servicing and replacement. -Suspension overhaul and replacement. -Repairing, replacing or renewing interior trim. -Accessories, Rustproofing and Painting. -Extra 'how-to' section on MiG welding. This 'classic' manual is for every enthusiast for these truly great Triumph cars, from the experienced restorer to the first-time novice. IMPORTANT NOTE: All images from the original manual have been rescanned and digitally enhanced or replaced. They're still mainly 1990s photographs - but MUCH improved over the originals!

Triumph Spitfire Road Test Portfolio

Triumph Spitfire Road Test Portfolio

Triumph Spitfire Road Test Portfolio

Triumph introduced its new Herald saloon in 1959, the chassis of which became the basis for several other models and the first, and best-loved, of these was the Spitfire of which nearly 280,000 were made in 18 years. 77 international articles cover the Spitfire 4, Mk. II, Mk. III, Mk. IV and the 1500.

Triumph Spitfire 1500 Handbook

Triumph Spitfire 1500 Handbook

Triumph Spitfire 1500 Handbook

Controls, instruments, running instructions, care and servicing.

Triumph Spitfire Competition Preparation Manual

Triumph Spitfire Competition Preparation Manual

Triumph Spitfire Competition Preparation Manual

Proven factory methods for increased power and performance.

Triumph Spitfire and GT6

Triumph Spitfire and GT6

Triumph Spitfire and GT6

For a whole generation of car enthusiasts, Triumph was the manufacturer to turn to when buying a sports car. Whether it was a Spitfire or GT6 - or the more costly TR models - this Coventry manufacturer was the sports car king during the twentieth century. Now that these machines are fully fledged classics, nothing has changed. While the Spitfire has the MGB as a formidable adversary, the GT6 is still in a class of its own. Triumph Spitfire and GT6 details the history and development of these classic cars, with specification guides for each of the five Spitfire derivatives and three GT6 models. Topics covered include the development and production of the five Spitfire derivatives from 1962 - 1980, the Spitfire 4, 4 Mk2, Mk3, MkIV and 1500; the GT6 models from 1966-1973, the Mk1, Mk2 and Mk3; the Spitfire and GT6 in motorsport - 24 Hours Le Mans, Alpine Rally and Tour de France, and racing in the US; full buying guide and tips on modifying, with colour and trim options, and details of optional extras available for each model. Also includes an insight into what the press thought of each Spitfire and GT6 derivative, with pages devoted to how the cars were marketed. Superbly illustrated with 291 colour photographs.