I researched a 1963 Volkswagen Transporter, which was a crew-cab model of a bus; and I used to own one. The results included information on fixing various parts of the body, brakes, chassis electrical, drive train, driveability and troubleshooting, fuel systems, engine overhaul, performance and tune-up, plus suspension and steering.
I think it’s a great resource for fixing an old car like this. It even included schematics like this;
I searched for my current car, a 99 VW Passat, and found there had been several recalls throughout the years, but was unable to
to view it because of: Adobe Acrobat NPAPI Plug-in has been blocked for
your protection. The
Adobe Acrobat plugin doesn't work on Mac OS X in default (64-bit) mode, showing
a blank page when users click on links to PDF files in Firefox. It also causes
a significant number of crashes in 32-bit mode.
So, I went to the Maintenance Intervals section, and looked at the upcoming work that will be needed in 2,000 miles when this fine car reaches 100,000 miles. It included lube, filter, oil change, among other things required of this old car.
This resource is invaluable for the person who knows how to work on cars, as well as for general information about a car, such as its service needs and so forth. I would think it might be invaluable if one was searching for a good used car to locate possible service needs or problems that result in recalls.