Building Your Own Street Rod Made Easy
BLACK AND WHITE VERSION, Large Print. This book is a guide for building a street rod. It includes planning, ordering parts, title & registration, building instructions & procedures, and all aspects of the project from start to finish. Includes all the resources and their contact information. This book, as the title says, "Made Easy," is simple, easy to understand and gives the builder credit for knowing the basic tools, how to use measuring devices, shop safety, etc. Other "how to build" books are long, too complicated, wordy, give more information than needed and don't list all the resources for the build. It's written in large easy to read print. The author has been building street rods and hot rods for 23 years. Also, he is an FAA licensed aircraft mechanic, commercial pilot, and has degree's in Aeronautical Technology, Human Resource Management and Social Psychology.
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