Most car guys are loathe to ask for directions, whether on the highway, or in the garage. But sometimes that only gets you in deeper yogurt than when you started. If you’ve got a new project that is an old car, you’re not going to be able to just saunter down to Pep Boys and pick up a Haynes manual (reassembly is reverse of disassembly) along with your pine-scented air freshener and faux Buick portholes. That’s where the Old Car Manual Project will help. Whether you need a brochure for your Belvedere, a manual for your Marvel carburetor or some other out of print auto-related printed piece (1964 Chevrolet Songbook, anyone?) they might just have it.
Are you looking for a Tatra parts catalog? How about a 1969 Pontiac owner’s manual? This is kind of like nirvana for old car geeks, which is exactly who has been building this site. And best of all, it’s free! So go check ’em out, and see if they have something for whatever you’ve got moldering away in your garage. Maybe that will be the inspiration you need get that project going again. Now about those faux Buick portholes. . .