Dodge M37 Restoration Guide: Covers All 1951-1968 Military M37, M42, M43, & B1 Models
Krause Publications, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 160 pages
More than 115,000 Dodge M37 pickup trucks were produced between 1951 and 1968. With many still running today, it is the second most popular military collector vehicle, next to Jeep. This hands-on guide to buying, restoring, repairing and operating an M37 provides practical tips on mechanics, bodywork and painting. More than 200 photographs and illustrations provide easy-to-follow instruction. Locate hard-to-find parts with the completely illustrated 40-page parts catalogue. A comprehensive 13-page preventive maintenance guide will help owners keep their M37 trucks running smoothly. Features: Hands-on guide to buying, restoring, repairing and operating the Dodge M37 pickup truck; Practical tips on mechanics, bodywork and painting; More than 200 photographs and illustrations provide easy-to-follow instructions; Includes a completely illustrated 40-page parts catalogue of hard-to-find parts.
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