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Chilton Repair Manuals Lot Of 5 Datsun Maxima Nissan Sentra Mazda Chevy Ii/nova on 2040-parts.com

US $8.00
Location:

Norton, Kansas, United States

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

Paperback books. These were library books and have normal wear and tear to covers, labels, tape etc. The insides are in nice shape. 
Lot includes: Datusn Nissan Sentra 1973-84, Mazda 1971-84, Chevy II Nova 1962-79, Datsun Nissan Z and ZX 1970-84, Datsun 200SX Nissan Maxima 1973-84

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