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Cissna Park, Illinois, United States

Cissna Park, Illinois, United States
haynes 1986-1995 ford taurus and mercury sable repair manual, image 1
Condition:Used Brand:Haynes

this is a repair manual for the ford Taurus and mercury sable,  from the 1986 to 1995, might have a bit of dirt on a few pages, but clean othere then that, all there, save big money over buying new.

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