I beg to differ. They are hit or miss, but I only spent $5 on mine, so it's
been well worth it. Obviously a better way to go are the Ford shop manuals.
For owners of older cars, like mine, you might get lucky on eBay, but
shipping won't be cheap, so it's going to cost a lot more than the cheap
Haynes manual any way you look at it.
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