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Old 11-29-2012, 07:50 PM   #1
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With my 76 vet i got a GM assembly manual with it, as i'm working away on my motor, i've noticed that i'm missing some pages. It a 500 some page book, most of the drawings are dated '75 or '76, and the front cover is light blue with a side picture of a vet. The name Drafting Graphics appears in the top left corner of the pages.

Does anyone around here happen to have a copy of this assembly manual on their computer? I'm missing pages 6 and 6X. Its a long shot, and not that i need them but it would be nice.

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