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Old May 20th, 10, 07:31 PM
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Default Bloody Haynes manuals!

I was looking for a haynes manual, and could only find anything from 69+

any suggestions for finding a helpful repair/info manual for my 1968 nova?

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Old May 20th, 10, 07:53 PM
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Default Re: Bloody Haynes manuals!

You can buy licensed GM reprints of the Helm Service manual used by line mechanics to repair the vehicles, the Assembly manual used by line workers to bolt one together from parts, the Fisher Body manual that shows where all the holes are where the trim bolts on and how to place a decal and the Wiring charts (three foot by four foot color wiring diagrams). You can also find reprints of the Chevrolet illustrated parts manual (though a lot of the part numbers are discontinued some parts are still made though they have different part numbers to reflect changes made over the past forty years.

http://www.helminc.com/helm/search_s...&class%5F2=CHV

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Old May 20th, 10, 08:03 PM
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Default Re: Bloody Haynes manuals!

There's also the Chilton manual. It covers Nova's from '62-'79
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Default Re: Bloody Haynes manuals!

if you're inexperienced and need to know how to change a thermostat etc then a Haynes, Clymer, Chilton (whatever) is for you... if you're looking for body, chassis etc info the best thing to get are the factory manuals... the "Assembly" manual and the "FISHER" body manual.
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