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Old 05-03-2011, 11:55 PM
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hi I have a 1965 rambler classic 287 v8 and I am looking for a full work shop manual to down load to suit my classic may some one point me in the wright direction please.

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Faxon Auto literature has a good chance of having the factory TSM..
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Faxon for sure. An OLD Motors Manual will probably be the next best thing. A lot of the info and photos/drawings were taken from the factory manuals back then.
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Don't waste your time on a Motor's or Chilton's manual. Get the factory TSM (Technical Service Manual)! They aren't expensive -- under $50 with shipping and well worth it. Check e-bay or Faxon. Sometimes used ones turn up on e-bay for under $30. There are none on-line anywhere. You can find wiring diagrams on-line at www.tocmp.com, but that's about it.
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