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Not only do they have manuals but various other pieces of automobile literature. (Paintchips, wiring diagrams, press kits, ect)

-Lincoln

-Chevy

-Mercury

-Pontiac

-Cadillac

and more

http://www.rothautobooks.com

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Very cool. I would have loved to grab a manual from a '60s Goat, too bad they don't go back that far.

Joe needs to check this out and expand his brochure/manual collection :welcomeFP:

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Very cool. I would have loved to grab a manual from a '60s Goat, too bad they don't go back that far.

They do go back that far, they list ones for 1940's. (http://store.rothautobooks.com/s14000.html) They are in the process of posting their new inventory so they don't have anything really listed. I think you also have to request one and they shoot you an email.

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Joe needs to check this out and expand his brochure/manual collection :lol:

:agreed:

:lol::drool::lol:

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Very cool. I would have loved to grab a manual from a '60s Goat, too bad they don't go back that far.

You can buy reproduction shop manuals through some of the large restoration parts suppliers like YearOne, Performance Years, OPGI, etc. Also, another company has digitized them to a CD for the exact year of your goat. So you can purchase both the shop manual and body manual on one CD for about $50-60.

I own two original shop manuals for the Lemans (one has the binding breaking down so some pages are falling out), a body manual for '72 and (as a back up) the CD. I also own a shop manual for the '86 Trans Am. I purchased the shop manuals at swap meets in my area for less than $40 each. These are original GM printed shop manuals too, not a Chilton's or Hayes.

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I finally found the link to purchase the original GM shop manuals that are now on CD/DVD. THe link is below:

http://www.gearheadcafe.com/cgi-bin/affili...lick.cgi?tcs%20

http://www.factoryautomanuals.com/

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