This brand new, softbound Shop Manual covers all Ford cars manufactured and sold in 1949, 1950 and 1951. It is an unabridged reissue of the 49, 50 and 51 Ford Shop Manuals combined in a single book to provide you with detailed step-by step procedures for the power plant, chassis, electrical & accessories, bodies, maintenance, trouble shooting and specifications for these model years. Now one book provides you with all the information you need to restore or maintain your classic 49, 50 or 51 Ford.
Measuring 8 ? by 10 ?, this softbound manual is roughly ? inch thick with 319 pages that are loaded with specifications, wiring diagrams, schematics, illustrations, photographs and guided instructions covering: wheels, tires, brakes, steering, suspension, frame, underbody, axles, drive shaft, clutch, transmission (including Fordomatic), overdrive, engine (inlcuding the H Series 6-cylinder engine & the B Series 8-cylinder engine), ignition system, fuel system, cooling system, exhaust system, starting system, generator system, lights, horn, instruments, heating, radio, windshield wipers, body (including fender, door, hood and deck alignment), station wagon paneling (including replacement), covertible top (power system, alignment and adjustment plus top replacement and preservation for the Convertible Coupe and Crestliner), windows (including Convertible Coupe window adjustment & replacement), trim, maintenance schedules, lubrication, trouble shooting and regular maintenance procedures. Each assembly is illustrated with component parts arranged in the order of assembly or disassembly to help you quickly see how they go together.
The 1949, 1950 and 1951 Ford car models are of special significance because they represent the Ford Motor Company's first engineering design change from the transverse suspension and other features that had been associated with Ford cars for forty years since the days of the Model T. Reproduction of these manuals as a single master reference book is authorized by Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan.