Chilton Ford/mercury Front Wheel Drive 1981-85 Repair Manual on 2040-parts.com
Norton, Kansas, United States
Paperback. This was a library book and has the normal tape, card holder inside and wear and tear to the jacket. Some of the inside pages have some wrinkles.
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