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    Service manual

    I have two sets of '77 factory service manuals a one set of '80 for $45 a set. I also have a '79 Dodge Aspen owners manual for $8.

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    Is the '77 books same as the '76? Figure you might be gone from here,,,,,old post and all....

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    I remember when I ordered mine right from Chrysler Canada. The parts guy thought I was nuts. I think I paid 85 bucks at the time for both books. I bought a couple of owners manuals too. One for my R/T and one for the Roadrunner. Still have them mint. Original is still in the Roadrunner in it's cheap plastic envelope.

    Good luck on the hunt saxdogg. I'm sure someone might be willing to part with one. Maybe. lol
    1980 roadrunner

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    The first car I had in highschool came to me with the factory service manual. Kinda spoiled me for cars after that.

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