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  1. How to Stop on a Dime A-18800-A (1928-1931) A-18800-AD (1928-1931)  

    Takes you through all of the trials and tribulations on rebuilding the brakes on your model A so that when you step on the brake, "You Stop".

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  2. Timing the Ignition A-18800-B (1928-1931) A-18800-BD (1928-1931)  

    The basic tune-up is presented in a practical, step by step visualization of the adjustments necessary to make the Model A engine run right.

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  3. Autumn Trails A-18800-C (1928-1931) $39.95 / ea.  

    Centers around a little town called Winnsboro, Texas.

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  4. Carburetors and Carbohydrates A-18800-D (1928-1931) A-18800-DVD (1928-1931)  

    An excellent movie that deals strictly with the Zenith carb.

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  5. Dial D for Distributor A-18800-E (1928-1931) A-18800-ED (1928-1931)  

    A thriller with a double edged plot.

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  6. Gennin Along with Lloyd & Floyd A-18800-F (1928-1931) A-18800-FD (1928-1931)  

    Tells about the kinds and types of Model A generators.

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  7. How to Avoid Fahrenheit Freight A-18800-G (1928-1931) A-18800-GD (1928-1931)  

    Promising us a chilling message, the film takes us on a journey through the cooling system, a description on radiators and water pumps, the restoration of the parts and then offers some good tips on keeping you engine cool.

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  8. The Flasher A-18800-H (1928-1931) A-18800-HD (1928-1931)  

    Safety is of top concern nowadays, and turn signals are one of the most needed items for the Model A.

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  9. Roadside Troubleshooting A-18800-K (1928-1931) A-18800-KD (1928-1931)  

    A one of a kind Model A movie! Learn troubleshooting with the help of the Model A Team! Cammie Camshaft, Heady Headlights, and Felecia Filter.

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  10. 40 Horses A-18800-L (1928-1931) A-18800-LV (1928-1931)  

    All about judging the Model A engine compartment.

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  11. Those Fabulous Model A Fords A-18800-J (1928-1931) $24.95 / ea.  

    Henry Ford closed the Model T Ford assembly line in the summer of 1927 to retool for the Model A production.

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  12. Transmission Rebuilding A-18800-MD (1928-1931) A-18800-MV (1928-1931)  

    Everything you need to know for rebuilding the Model A transmission.

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