Wanted 65 Shop manual and owners manual
I would like to acquire a 65 shop manual and owners manual for my recent purchase of a 65 Roadster Big Block.
There are lots of reproductions out there, who has the best for the lowest price?
As I understand it, I have to buy the 63 Manual, the 65 supplement, the 65 Chevrolet Interim Shop Manual (for the 396), and the owners manual to get a full set?
Finally, is the Corvette Factory Assembly Mannual worth purchasing?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
The factory assembly manual or " AIM " as it is always referred to is considered to be a " must have " in any restorers library. These are the manuals that were used on the assembly lines to document the construction of our beloved Corvettes.
Another one that is very handy and well worth the asking price, is the " Chassis Service Manual ". Every Corvette body part is documented, along with the repair or replacement procedure.
Imagine the savings to you if the use of these two books somehow stops you from screwing up only one hard to find part.
yes you need all 3 books.i have them because i had a new 65 396 vert,VIN 4271 but they are not for sale.
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