I got mine at a Super Chevy Show from a Restoration parts dealer. I can't remeber the name. I paid $15. I know that Year One has them, OPG probably does also. You also might want to try Ground Up, they might have it.
I have bought manuals on eBay and have been very pleased. I also have two reprint assembly manuals. The problems with reprints is that they may be missing pages.
One post last month asked a question about quarter panels. I looked in my reprint assembly manuals and the pages were missing. Another member replied with the correct data because his manual had the pages. I then did a thorough examination of both my reprints and was disappointed at how much info was missing.
Lesson I learned is that when it comes to documentation buy original in good condition whenever you can.
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