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Chilton Repair Manual Lot Of 4 Vega, Audi, Dasher, Maverick/comet on

US $8.00

Norton, Kansas, United States

Norton, Kansas, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Chilton

These were library books and have the normal wear and tear to the covers, tape, labels, etc and the insides are in nice shape. 
Lot includes: Vega 1971-75, Maverick/Comet 1970-74, Audi 1970-73, and Dasher 1974-75

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