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Post 41 has the working links.
I downloaded them all awhile ago and had no issues.
 

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lets say somehow one of us extracted all the part numbers from a given efiche catalog (i dunno, say 1990 passenger cars)..

so then we have a huge excel spreadsheet with part number, and maybe section it was in, and then description..all from the pdf's

are there any known parts websites that have a database connection which would allow us to check ALL the part numbers for current pricing and stock status?

this might be trivial to code up, and we could even probably use a web scraper to grab the pricing and stock info...

what yall think
Yes, go to arizonaparts.com arizona parts doc com

http://www.arizonaparts.com/database/partlist.txt
 

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I was able to use the original links near the top.

I put them on my domain for mirroring purposes, so please feel free to use these links too:

Also, the link I gave above is for a variety of vehicles.. mostly Dodge/plymouth/chrysler.. not just manuals but all kinds of things. Mopar catalogs, paint codes, owner manuals.. so much stuff its tough to have a look at everything!
ENJOY!!!

Thank you SO much for this! The Shelby Lancer I'm getting will need parts for sure, and this will help SO much finding what I can cheat with off of other cars!

Now, if anyone has a download service manual for an '87 Shelby Lancer, that would be fantastic! (It's not because I am cheap.....I prefer to print off the pages I need for a project, so if I get them dirty, it's no big deal.)

Tim

EDIT: Had to clip out the links.....still too newb to post links......or pics of the ride. Bummer!
 
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