Restoration Reference Manuals
· This manual has been in continuous publication since 1995 and has evolved into the best reference manual in publication today. Each manual consist of is over ~2100 pages that are printed in black and white three hole drilled to facilitate storage in a 4.00” three ring binder. The reference manuals were developed to assist Mopar vehicle restorers, event judges, collectors and enthusiasts to understand what the correct details are that were used by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) during the assembly of the vehicle. There are over 5,000 images. This is a must for any true Chrysler, Dodge or Plymouth enthusiast.
Each manual contains individual section related to the, engine, engine accessories, engine compartment, axle, transmission, front suspension, rear suspension, interior (dash, gauges, console, seats, radio etc.) trunk, glass, stripes, mirror, exterior, fuel, brakes, exhaust, grille, tail lights, frame, bumpers, doors, tires and wheels. They also included paint identification markings, inspector stamps, paint, production information, date codes etc.
Reference Manual Work in Progress Note:
These guides contain photographs, illustrations and detail descriptions that are useful in judging, restoration or just having a good general knowledge of Dodge, Plymouth and Chrysler vehicles. This manual all complement each other for the applicable vehicle.
Due to the variations that continue to be discovered the reference guide will always be considered a "work in progress". These manuals will be updated as additional information is discovered. Our intention is to continue to update each version until the contributors, OE judges and users of the manual agree that the information is as accurate as possible.