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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
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    what have we got on automatics?

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    What have we got on stick shifts? Manuals
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    The first two look interesting. "How to 4wd" and "guide to expedition in a LR"...

    I brought one a couple of years back, "tips and tricks for driving your LR off road", it was basically an extention of the section in the owner's manuals. Quite interesting and lots of info still applicable.
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    I have a few of those myself as well as a number of Series 1 manuals and instruction books.

    Always on the lookout and they're getting harder to find these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDNSW View Post
    This is the sort of thing I keep my eyes open for whenever I am in a S/H book shop, Op shop or market.
    I do as well,best LR find so far was a genuine LR workshop manual for 300TDI defender.
    I gave it to my LR tragic brother.

    We have the original LR manuals for the S1 in my sig.
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    I would have thought all workshop manuals would be online by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramblingboy42 View Post
    I would have thought all workshop manuals would be online by now.
    I found this a few days ago

    There's a few in it

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