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Chevelle SS Restoration Guide/1964-72 (Authentic R by Paul Herd
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1 30663 June 27, 2005
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100% of reviewers $29.95 5.0
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Description: VIN plates were stamped on a brightmental tag riveted to the left front door hinge pillar in 1964...
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blue67ragtop
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Registered: February 2005
Posts: 135
Review Date: June 27, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $29.95 | Rating: 5 

 
Pros: numerous photos and factory diagrams
Cons: several photos showing incorrect equipment etc.

This book has a great deal of information including photographs and diagrams from the assembly manuals. The problem I have with the book is that it has a number of photgraphs showing incorrect equipment with often no mention of what is not factory. In fact on page 156 it shows a 70 with a Cutlas steering wheel and mentions the \"four spoked stering wheel told of its SS heritage.\" The book was a big project, and to be fair errors are bound to creep in. This book does have several however. I would have liked to have seen more info on correct color and finishes for parts, info on correct markings etc. for glass. I would give this book only a fair rating
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