I agree with Gene Chas, I used Factory Auto Manuals for my 68. Not only were they less expensive (mine was $25), but the owner...Dan Bower was very helpful. He gives that personal attention that most places don't. Plus they are just 90 mins away from my house so shipping was quick! sneal46
In addition to the above suggestions, try your local used bookstores. I have gotten some pretty good GM manuals from these, but they are almost the same price as the resto-supply companies. The advantage is that the photos in the original manuals are sometimes more clear than the repro stuff.
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