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How to customize damn near anything

Author: Lee Klancher; Leah Noel; Motorbooks International.; Discovery Channel (Firm)
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Motorbooks International : Discovery Channel, 2003.
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Monster Garage turns ordinary vehicles into mind-bending machines like the "Doom Buggy," a Mazda RX-7 converted into a sand dragster, a Ford Explorer converted into a garbage truck, and an ambulance converted into a wheelie machine. Jesse James and his crew tap the experts used on the Discovery Channel show, Monster Garage, to create a comprehensive guide to customizing your car, motorcycle, mini-van, pick-up truck,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Klancher; Leah Noel; Motorbooks International.; Discovery Channel (Firm)
ISBN: 0760317488 9780760317488
OCLC Number: 54348649
Notes: At head of title: Monster Garage.
Description: 221 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Contents: The plan --
The hard parts --
Monster building techniques --
The look.
Other Titles: Monster garage (Television program)
Responsibility: [editors, Lee Klancher, Leah Noel].
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Monster Garage turns ordinary vehicles into mind-bending machines like the "Doom Buggy," a Mazda RX-7 converted into a sand dragster, a Ford Explorer converted into a garbage truck, and an ambulance converted into a wheelie machine. Jesse James and his crew tap the experts used on the Discovery Channel show, Monster Garage, to create a comprehensive guide to customizing your car, motorcycle, mini-van, pick-up truck, toaster--you get the idea. Each section takes you through the process of creating a Monster custom, from planning the project, through building custom bodywork, to adding bolt-on bits and custom paint. The techniques are explained through illustrated diagrams, formulas when necessary, and step-by-step original and Monster Garage archival photographs.--From publisher description.

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