I recently acquired a complete '81 parts book and it is probably identical to the '82. My point in saying this , is that I really thought I would never be able to get one of these and I would not sell it for any price! So, therefore, a complete parts book on the O.I.C. website is invaluable.
I deeply appreciate the hard work that folks like Kenyon do when it comes to this website and offer him (and others) my applause, thanks and hugs!!
-------------- Original message from Kenyon Wills <imperialist1960@xxxxxxxxx>: --------------
> Check out WHATS NEW:
> The sleeper there is the 1982 parts manual in
> "searchable" PDF format, produced by Chrysler (I
> think). File is a real monster, so steer clear if you
> have a slow connection! It will bog your machine
> regardless, so be patient while it loads - worth a
> peek, I think.
> 1. Is the format for that information there useful?
> 2. Is the information in it useful and worth having
> for other years?
> 3. Would such a resource for "your" car be something
> that you'd actually need or use? (we've made it this
> far without it..)
> Unlike Service M anuals, we're not certain what level
> of utility having access to PDF/Searchable parts books
> would yeild, and whether people would, in fact, use
> them. There are some cool exploded diagrams for
> reverse engineering, by the way.
> Your thoughts?
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