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I would like to restore my 66 chevelle, but have no tech manuals on this project. If anyone knows where I can find this material please let me know ASAP.
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You have some choices here: you can hit the used bookstores or buy repro's of the manuals you need. Ground Up (site sponsor) has the factory assembly manuals for $19 ; this manual is a must-have. Also, you would do well to get a chassis shop manual, a Fisher body manual, and maybe an overhaul manual. These are all originally GM publications. The major restoration supply places sell many of these. Take a look at the Haynes manual for Chevelles; it can be useful for some things.
 

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There are also 2 soft cover books that may be of help to you. They are "How to Restore You're Muscle Car" and "How to Restore You're Classic". Both by Tom Brownell. The titles I listed may not be 100% accurate but are close. Both are general books that include useful tips and ideas. One or the other is usually stocked in mall bookstores.

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The Assembly manual is a big help if you want to put it together right. It even shows where all the little clips go.
Is that J WAGNER the JIM WAGNER that wrote "glory days"?
 

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No this is just Jeff Wagner that does all his writing on Chevelle Tech. (Did write some tech articles for motorbike mags in the mid 70's though).
 
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