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1966 shop manual free online

Stumbled across this and thought I would pass the info along. Looks like someone has gone to the trouble to scan and post almost the entire 1966 Shop Manual. Twenty out of the 22 sections are posted. If you have a '66 Mustang, but don't have a shop manual, it's worth a look. Go to http://www.scribd.com/people/documen...97-edze?page=1

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hey good find, thats really awesome

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Freaking A man! GREAT FIND Are these the same manuals that you can get for 15-20 bucks?
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Re: No Comprendo Roberto

Que es, por favor?

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Re: No Comprendo Roberto

Not to rain on everyones' parade, but isn't this copyright infringement??


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Someone ought to sell this link on eBay!

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This is a goldmine of information.
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cool, good stuff there
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Stumbled across this and thought I would pass the info along. Looks like someone has gone to the trouble to scan and post almost the entire 1966 Shop Manual. Twenty out of the 22 sections are posted. If you have a '66 Mustang, but don't have a shop manual, it's worth a look. Go to http://www.scribd.com/people/documen...97-edze?page=1

you have to register and pay for a monthly subscription to download books here as of 3-2009 your link is just a demo version of the manual, only the first 25 pages, completely useless info and waste of money and time, you can get a 14 day trail of this site but then you have to give out credit card info,


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Not to rain on everyones' parade, but isn't this copyright infringement??

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I'm no lawyer, but according to this summary page, yes.
https://copyright.cornell.edu/resour...blicdomain.cfm

1964 through 1977
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95 years after publication date

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Umm... The site charges $8.99 for downloads....What's Free about this?

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I am guessing a lot may have changed since the original post is 6 years old.
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You can usually download something in exchange for uploading something they don't have. So not exactly "free" but you don'y have to come off any money. Moot really, since I too don't see the use in the first 25 pages of the shop manual.
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When I first bought my 67 almost 6 years ago, one of the first things I bought was a service manual off Ebay. It was a digital copy. It was alright, but some of the pages you couldn't read. I recently bought a repro copy of the original service manual printed and it looks great! Looks like a real copy...
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