Chrysler assembly manuals have been hard to come by and few have made their way to the public. Over the last few months, we have made available a number of 1964-1971 body and electrical manuals for A bodies (Valiant, Dart, and Barracuda) and C bodies (Polara, Monaco, Fury, Chrysler).
If you've got the factory shop manual for your vehicle, you've only got part of the story – service bulletins are sometimes issued after the repair manual is written to correct mistakes, account for mid-year changes, and include repairs that weren’t anticipated.
Late in the winter of 1969, Pontiac unveiled the Trans Am option for its Firebird models, which means that the winter of 2019 is the 50th anniversary of that milestone.
This beat up 1967 Fairlane owner’s manual is something special because it once belonged to the King of Rock and Roll.
A dealer album is a book used by vehicle salespeople to sell cars or trucks. The two most common types of dealer albums are color and upholstery books and data books (also called facts books).
In less than a week, we’ll ring in the 2019 new year, but we’ve been able to buy 2019 cars and trucks for months already.
For the summer of 2019, Lincoln is introducing the Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition, which pays homage to the iconic 1960s models.
When we were out at the Pomona Swap Meet earlier this month, we noticed something; C10 Chevy pickup trucks are red hot. While they’ve always been popular, their collectability seems to be expanding.
Interchange manuals can make life a lot simpler when you’re searching for parts for your car or truck. An interchange manual shows you parts from other makes and models that will fit your vehicle.
What is the most expensive manual we've ever sold? The answer is a tiny little convertible top owner’s manual – little more than a pamphlet...
You may have seen assembly manuals around for Ford and GM, but precious few Chrysler assembly manuals have made their way to the public. Why is that?