The drawings do not always indicate the correct year but part placement was the primary objective here, not the drawing's technical accuracies. . No other book gives you the kind of detail that this does!. The drawings themselves are not engineer drawings in great detail but rather a generic sketch showing the location of the parts being described and may not show the surrounding parts as they actually appear. Part numbers and revisions are included.
Cons: Since these deal with the final assembly at the various Chevelle assembly plants, no information is included from Fisher Body. You can't be without it!. Part numbers do not include the Chevrolet group number but that is understandable since the assembly line worker didn't need that information. Because of this, you may find some pages that are very light or contain so much background noise, they are difficult to read. For more information go to. Rather these are 'generic' non-technical drawings of assembly instructions for Chevelle final assembly.
There are also emblem and stripe placement for some options included as well as torque and sealant information. You will, however, find locations of trim pieces for the front fenders and hood as these panels as well as instrument panel items since these were installed on the final assembly line. Our manuals are 3-hole punched reprints of the original manual used at the factory. Nevertheless, we have intentionally included these pages as we feel any information you can get off bad pages is a bonus. Chevrolet Chevelle The Chevrolet Chevelle is a mid-sized automobile which was manufactured by the Chevrolet division of General Motors in three generations from 1964 to 1977. The factory assembly manual is what many consider to be the most valuable reference source there is. Assembly Manuals for Chevelles Hollander Interchange Manuals for Chevelles.
Second generation was produced since 1968 and it had all-new distinctly sculpted body with tapered front fenders and a rounded beltline. We are confident that this manual is the best print on the market. The most valuable reference source there is. Not really a problem as the focus is on the location of the various pieces and parts, not the body panels. From cover-to-cover, detailed enlarged diagrams illustrate nearly each and every component in the particular year model.
Recommendation: Any of these is a must have book whether you are restoring your Chevelle to factory specifications or simply looking to see what parts are really for your year Chevelle and what parts are not. Our assembly manuals are loose leaf this is a benefit when working on a car over using a hard-bound manual as you can open to the page of your choice and it will stay there without you having to hold it open. Pros: As close as you can get to seeing how the car was suppose to be assembled on the Chevrolet final assembly line. Third generation was produced from 1973, it eliminated hardtop models. . .
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