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1951 chevy car wiring?

I have a 1951 chevy car. The wiring has been cut at the dash, but enough has been left to sotter back new wires. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the car or no maybe what colors are for what?
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Doc here,

Joe,

I get an Adobe upload and then the page is blank, Is this happening to anybody else? It has done this to me before on a few other PDf's..was wondering if my adobe is cross~eyed or there is actually an upload error..

Alf,

You might also try the reference room of the main library for a manual for your car, If they don't have one, they may be able to outsource one for you in a few days..

You may have to copy it there though..many library's don't let reference material out..

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Thanks for the wiring drawing! That is really cool, I had to update my adobe program to accomidate the drawing.
Thanks, and maybe I will get her wired this weekend
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Joe,

I get an Adobe upload and then the page is blank, Is this happening to anybody else? It has done this to me before on a few other PDf's..was wondering if my adobe is cross~eyed or there is actually an upload error..

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Yup, that's what I thought...Thanks.

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