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1967 Mustang Repair Manuals

In everyones opinion what is the best manual to get for detailed drawings and layouts of parts on this car? I would like to have something that breaks down an item in detail.
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1967 Mustang Part and Body Illustrations
FordManuals.com - 1967 Mustang Part and Body Illustrations (CD-ROM)


FACTORY MANUAL:
FordManuals.com - 1967 Cougar, Falcon, Mustang Shop Manual (Digital)

ALL OF THE MANUALS:
FordManuals.com - Ford Service Manuals on CD-ROM and Digital Download

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If you're like me and have a fondness for paper, try these guys. The assembly manuals for my '65 all say "Falcon Special" because "Mustang" wasn't official yet!

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In reply to Joe above, Faxon is great. Ordered from them in the past and had no problems at all, delivery time was decent considering it was around X-Mas.

Great thing about Faxon's stuff is everything is copied page-for-page from the originals. Essentially you flip through the same book the mechanic at the dealership would have in '67
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I received a complete set of Jim Osbourn manuals with the cuope I just bought and are very detailed. Official Ford licensed product. I know Va Classic Mustangs have them.

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