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Full Size Chevy Factory Assembly Manual, 1966

Part #:
Replacement for OEM #: 66-PFA
Alt Part #: 517161
Availability: In Stock
Fitment: 1966 thru 1966
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1966 Factory Assbembly Manual
$29.99 ea.
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  • Practically An Instruction Manual On Installing Parts
  • Detailed Drawings Highlight Step By Step Assembly
  • Torque Specs For Fasteners Throughout
  • Emblem Placement Measurements
  • Covers Passenger Car & Wagon
Please note: These manuals have been painstakingly assembled using original Fisher blueprints. In some cases, certain diagrams were not available for reproduction into this manual such as some Convertible and Sedan Delivery vehicles. Late Great Chevy has done extensive research to bring you only the very best and most complete information possible to help make your restoration a breeze.



This factory assembly manual is the book that Chevy used to assemble brand new cars after the body was delivered to them by Fisher Body division. It is full of thousands of diagrams, exploded views and part numbers. If you've ever assembled a model kit with detailed instructions, then you have an idea of how helpful this manual will be. This Chevy manual is extremely helpful when trying to identify and install unknown parts or trying to determine the proper orientation of each component. The factory assembly manual covers all full size vehicles and also covers optional equipment installation. Make your tinkering and restoration easier and more enjoyable; purchase a Chevy factory assembly manual! 8-1/2" x 11", perfect bound.



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