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Mar 28, 2008

1965-72 Ford Car Master Parts and Accessory Catalog on DVD

This is just a great source of information on one DVD. We have been very pleased with the quality and, of course, it is Ford Licensed. The Ford Car Master Parts and Accessory Catalog is the original manual used by Ford Technicians and Parts Counter People in the '60's and '70's to identify the correct service part for a Ford vehicle. It contains a comprehensive list of thousands of part numbers, thousands of diagrams, when part numbers changes in the middle of a production year, and other information necessary for any vintage car restoration. This manual covers the following models from 1965 to 1972:









With 6,089 pages this massive catalog has been both hard to find and extremely expensive. However, with today's computer technology, the entire manual has been digitally scanned into a high resolution DVD at an affordable price. And because it is in Adobe Reader format, catalog pages can be viewed, printed, or enlarged to 1600%. So, for the first time the novice and the experts have access to the same restoration information! PC Windows compatible. Advantages of a DVD format:·

All 6000+ pages fit onto a single DVD

Searchable - easier to find parts than printed versions

Print only the pages you need (if pages get soiled in the shop, just print a new one)

Zoom-in to over 1600% - this allows you to see the exact details of a part, unreadable in printed books

No software to load or install. Everything needed to view files are contained on the DVD.

Please order Part Number LT-919.

Ever wonder what the old printed version looks like? It's big and heavy!

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