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1961 & 1962 Tba Shell Cross Reference Vintage Manuals on 2040-parts.com

US $9.99
Location:

Redondo Beach, California, United States

Redondo Beach, California, United States
Condition:Used

1961 & 1962

SHELL

TBA CROSS REFERENCE

MANUALS

 

I THINK THAT THESE MANUALS ARE FOR CROSS REFERENCING DIFFERENT VEHICLES WITH COMPLEMENTING PARTS.

THOSE WHO KNOW ABOUT CARS WILL HAVE A MUCH BETTER IDEA OF WHAT THIS CONTAINS.

 

CONDITION: THE COVERS AND EDGES ARE IN FAIR/GOOD CONDITION WITH MUCH WEAR. THE INSIDE PAGES ARE IN GOOD CONDITION WITH HARDLY ANY PROBLEMS. OVERALL, FAIR/GOOD!

 BID WITH CONFIDENCE! PLEASE CHECK OUT MY EBAY STORE AS WELL!


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