This library of past Airflow club newsletter articles contains a fascinating and often helpful collection of information and opinions about the operation, maintenance, repair and restoration of Airflow automobiles and trucks. Many have found these articles to be helpful and entertaining.
Standards of Correctness Manual: The reader who wishes to prepare an Airflow for Club judging is urged to consult Airflow Restorer's Guide, for sale through the Airflow Club Store. It supercedes the 2014 edition of the Standards of Correctness Manual. Both documents describe the detailed requirements against which show cars are judged; the Restorer's Guide is current as of 2020 and much more complete.
Disclaimer: Recommendations found in the articles below should be taken as the opinions of the writers, rather than as confirmed facts. They might contain obsolete information, errors, and inconsistencies. Some specific pitfalls are that recommended sources might no longer be in business; suggested modern replacements might not be applicable to all models; Airflow standards of correctness have evolved and in some cases changed over the years; and the opinions expressed might not, in fact, be correct. The Airflow Club of America accepts no responsibility for their truth, accuracy, or usefulness. The reader uses the information contained in these articles at his or her own risk. Articles with asterisked (*) titles in the index are judged to be probably obsolete.
The Quick Reference Guide collects several of these articles into a useful overview of Airflow automobiles and trucks. It's a great place to start in learning about Airflows.
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