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New Haynes Owners Workshop Repair Manual Hardcover Jaguar Saloons 1955-69 on 2040-parts.com

US $52.00
Location:

Decatur, Georgia, United States

Decatur, Georgia, United States
Condition:New Interchange Part Number:098

This is a brand new hardcover manual, still in clear plastic wrap.  There are smudges on the plastic wrap (shown on the picture), but the book is not smudged.

Returns of unopened books only which must be done within 14 days of buying item. All returns must be in new condition. Shipping cost for the return is the buyer's responsibility.  There will be a 15% restocking fee for the item.

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