A – Sales Brochures and Folders
Sales brochures and folders were provided by dealers to prospective customers. These items typically contain pictures of automobiles and specifications. In some cases, the brochures where printed well in advance of production of the automobile. So the absolute accuracy of the information in these brochures can, at times, be suspect.
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B – Repair Manuals
Repair manuals show short cuts and methods for repair and upkeep of specific automobiles.
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C – Instruction Manuals
Instruction manuals provide information for the car owner about the operation and maintenance of a specific automobile.
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D – Parts Books
Parts books provide a list of the parts used in a specific automobile. The books typically list the Durant part number, a description of the part and the quantity used in the car. Unfortunately, there are no diagrams or descriptions about how the parts fit together. Some parts books provide a cross reference showing the other models that a specific part fits.
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