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Browse our collection of classic car manuals and vintage motoring books. Take a look through the different sections of our online autojumble, and remember to bookmark us and come back soon as we add new documents and manuals every week.
Handbooks: We specialise in original vintage owner handbooks for classic cars. From Triumph Herald to MG Roadster, Austin A90 to Morris Oxford we have dozens of vintage manauls looking for a new home. Browse our Owner Handbooks
Service Manuals: A service & repair workshop manual can help you keep your vintage or classic car on the road and in good health. We have in stock many rare original workshop manuals and service data supplements plus many other titles from publishers such as Haynes, Autobooks and more. Browse Service & Repair Manuals
Motoring Books: Our motoring books section includes some interesting and unique books on classic car restoration, electrics, bodywork etc. Many of these titles are now out of print and are therefore scarce.
Brochures: We have a varied range of original sales & marketing brochures on all kinds of classic vehicles, from MG to Land Rover. Browse Sales Brochures
Parts Catalouges: Whether you're tackling a full bare metal restoration or just tinkering in the winter months, a genuine factory parts book, or spare parts catalogue can provide vital information for the amateur mechanic. We have always got original spare parts catalogues for many makes including Ford, Vauxhall and Hillman. Browse Parts Catalogues
Types of Bodywork on Classic Cars of the Early 20th Century
Types of Bodywork on Classic Cars of the Early 20th Century Originally published in 26th edition of the classic ‘The Motor Manual’ book this intriqueing description of car body harks back to a time long …
History of the Vauxhall Viva
The Vauxhall Viva of today is a small city car that rivals the likes of the Hyundai i10, Volkswagen ‘Up’ and the Peugeot 108. But the Viva name model has been around –albeit in a …
Triumph Herald Models and History
The Triumph Herald is born! THE Triumph Herald was introduced by the Standard/Triumph Motor Company in April 1959, and was, in some degree, a revolutionary breakaway from previous designs. The engine, gearbox and rear axle …