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Thread: repair/ rebuild manuals, which is the best?

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    repair/ rebuild manuals, which is the best?

    I need a manual so that i can start rebuilding my engine. I would prefer to have a manuel as specific to my car as possible but if others are alot better then that will work also. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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    I would suggest you get more than one. Bentley doesn't have one specific for early 911s, so I passed on that for the time being. Haynes is good and sometimes a step not included somewhere else will be in a Haynes, and vise versa. Wayne Dempsey's "How to Rebuild Your 911 Engine" is good, but they use a later example. Bruce Anderson has a couple of books out as well. And, of course, there is the factory manual, Vols I and II for the early car.

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    where can i get a factory manual?

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    Originally posted by 68'911
    where can i get a factory manual?
    E-bay seems to be a steady source. They seem to go for $150-200/set.
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