The book is a quality reprint of the illustrated accessory catalog that was used in the parts department, along with updates to that book. The first 57 pages are the parts manager's accessory catalog. You will find black and white illustrations, descriptions, and part numbers for each accessory. You'll see dozens of accessories like a/c, radios, bumper guards, clock, floor mats, lights, luggage racks, mirrors, power accessories, locks, shoulder belts, gauges, hubcaps, roof racks and much, much more. You'll also see a section on Mopar appearance and maintenance materials.
In addition to the main catalog, you get bulletins that were issued after the catalog came out, announcing new accessories like tissue dispenser, rear shoulder belts, floor mats, vacuum gauge, towing mirror, simulated vinyl top kits, and dodge truck door edge guards. You also find a list of 1967 accessories that applly to 1968 models (with part number, description, and model application). Overall, you get 98 pages jammed with information on original accessories.
Use this book to identify parts on your vehicle that are factory accessories, and to help you distinguish between genuine MoPar accessories and aftermarket add-ons. Find out what accessories you can add and still be authentic. New condition. Buy now to find out how to make your MoPar into a "loaded" model.
You will find original parts numbers, which are still useful today because most parts vendors still use those numbers to keep track of their own stock. You can also use this parts book to find out which parts on your vehicle interchange with other models covered in this book. Parts books are the authority on the correct equipment for your vehicle; you'll know definitively which parts and accessories are original when you use this book.