Another excellent UK book to consider is " Spitfire & GT 6 : A guide to
originality " , by John Thomasson . Not a repair manual and not very
technical , but very informative about the different original parts and
accessories in the different Spitfires and GT 6 's . Nice detailed
photographs and easy to read .
Kind regards .
Chris de Wet .
TSCC membership number : 356 .
'56 TR 3 ( TS 10795 ) + '64 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 ( FC 25680 ) .
PO Box 472 , Ifafi , 0260 , South Africa .
Telephone : 012-3398071 ( office ) or 012-2591129 ( home ) .
Cellphone : 083 9989744 .
Projects : '62 Herald 1200 Coupe , '65 Herald 12/50 ( convertible ) ,
'63 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 , '64 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 , '66 Spitfire 4 Mk 2 .
From: Paul Cartwright [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 6:51 AM
Subject: Manual for general knowledge.
I do not own a Spitfire, yet, and I do not have a lot of automotive
knowledge, yet. Which manual would be the best one to get for general
knowledge, Hanyes, Bentley, or The Factory Service Manual?
I would like to purchase one manual so that I can picture what you are
talking about, and see how things work. I will purchase the others when I
purchase a car.
I believe I am looking for plenty of drawings, photographs, and an overview
of the different systems on the car. I do not need very technical
information like the torque for bolts, etc.
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