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|If you do any work on your Corrado yourself, the factory workshop manual is pretty much essential. Covers all models and years and includes more wiring diagrams than you could ever possibly want. Sure it's kind of expensive, but it's a lot cheaper than screwing up! Plus it's great for pressing flowers.|
|Nice book containing articles from some of the top European and American magazines of the day and gives a good look at how the Corrado G60 and VR6 (SLC) was received by the press when it was first introduced.|
My favourite car magazine, I read it cover to cover every month! Loads of information, project ideas and race theory for the low-buck speed freak or DIY mechanic. While not specifically vintage or British, it does cover LBC's and other older sportscars like Alfas and Fiats on a regular basis, and there are lots of general automotive knowlege articles. They also have a very active message board at the Grassroots Motorsports web site.
Sister publication to Grassroots Motorsports above, this magazine now focuses on "classic" cars from the 60s and 70s. Every issue so far has had at least one article on the MGB, and it was on the cover last month! They have written about power tuning, supercharging the MGB, general buyers guides, etc. There's also a very good supplier directory in the back of every magazine, including several 5-speed conversion vendors. One of my top picks!!
(Note: this used to be "British Car" magazine)