The following items are part of my collection of 1941 era service and repair manuals, brochures, magazines, etc.
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1941 sales brochure displaying all models and specifications, in full color. 16 pages.
1941 Owner's Manual. Great reading and a must for the glove compartment.
Interesting fact, the 1941 Chevrolet new car warranty was good for 90 days
or 4,000 miles. 60 pages.
A Chevrolet Accessories booklet offering Fog Lamps ($11.00/pair), optional Flying Lady Hood Ornament ($3.90), 9-Tube Shortwave/Broadcast Radio ($64.50), and other Genuine Chevrolet Accessories. 40 pages.
Conoco Denver travel map, a Phillips 66 Denver map, & a Standard Oil
Kentucky road map.
A Chevrolet maintenance record/folder designed to hold receipts, owner's manual, registration, warranties, etc.
Fisher 1941 body manual with chapters on construction and service of Fisher
Unisteel Bodies, upholstery, body hardware parts, water sealing, etc. 130
1941 Manual of Service Tools & Equipment for Chevrolet. 150 pages.
June 1941 Motor Age magazine, published by Chilton, for automotive servicemen.
Wonderful ads and articles! 140 pages.
A 1941 Chevrolet shop manual. Well used, but still a keeper. An integral part of a restoration, reproductions are available from many sources, although originals may still be found. 292 pages.
Thompson Repair & Tune-up manual. Covering 1941 to 1950 model years
of all makes of passenger cars. Easy to use tune-up specifications and
illustrated service procedures. 350 pages.
A Motor's auto repair manual. This is the standard for repair manuals, covering all makes and models from 1935 to 1953. Published by the Hearst Corporation. Very detailed service procedures, often better than the manufacturer's shop manual. 850 pages.