- Models covered: Mustang, Bronco, Torino, Pinto, Falcon, Fairlane, Futura, Landau, Maverick, Thunderbird, Ranchero, Station Wagon, Ford Full Size (Galaxie 500, LTD, Country Sedan/Squire, Ranch Wagon)
- Pages: 6,123
- Format: eBook (immediate delivery – no shipping charges)
- Requirements: Adobe Reader
- Operating System: Windows, iOS, Android
This 6,123 page manual is the original manual used by Ford technicians in the 60’s and 70’s to identify the correct service part for Ford cars. It contains a comprehensive list of part numbers, diagrams, illustrations, cross-references, and other valuable information necessary for any restoration project. [View Demo]
This manual covers the following models: Mustang, Bronco, Torino, Pinto, Falcon, Fairlane, Futura, Landau, Maverick, Thunderbird, Ranchero, Station Wagon, Ford Full Size (Galaxie 500, LTD, Country Sedan/Squire, Ranch Wagon).
This is not the same as a “Shop Manual”. A shop manual is very useful, but simply does not provide the details necessary for most restorations. For example, a shop manual does not provide the full part numbers (i.e. C5ZZ-1007-B), when a part changed, nor diagrams specific to your model car. Instead, it contains partial numbers and only a handful of general illustrations (most may not even be for your model car).
On the other hand, the Ford Car Master Parts and Accessory Catalog contains virtually every part number and diagrams specific to your vehicle by year and model. Think of it this way, an Owners Manual has basic information, a Shop Manual has intermediate, and the Master Parts and Accessory Catalog has advance information.
If you are considering any restoration project, large or small, this manual will save you time and money in identifying the correct part.
Question: How do the “experts” know that part C5ZZ-1007-B is correct for a 65 Mustang made after 2/1/65 and not part C5ZZ-1007-A? Both will fit, but only one is correct.
Answer: They have one of the hardest books to locate on the market, the Ford Car Master Parts and Accessory Catalog. Loaded with useful information for your restoration, this catalog can unravel the mystery behind which part number was designed for your vehicle, when there was a part change, or how the part was depicted to Ford technicians.
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All products are produced in Adobe Reader (pdf) format to retain the exact look and feel of the original manual. Simply scroll through the pages and sections like reading a normal printed manual. In addition, unlike a printed version, each page can be printed (or reprinted, if damaged in the garage), zoom in to over 1200% to see the exact details, and you can search for keywords.