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Guys,
what is the consensus on the workshop manuals out there? There are publications from Haynes, Gregorys, Ford Australia and Max Ellery ranging between $49.95 to $89.95.

I used to have the Gregorys one but misplaced it so looking to purchase another one.

I've seen these listed online:

Max Ellery
http://www.pitstop.net.au/pitstop/prog/OpenDocument.cgi?id=V0X7S13PUM&PLU=5579

Gregorys
http://www.pitstop.net.au/pitstop/prog/OpenDocument.cgi?id=V0X7S13PUM&PLU=8639

Haynes
http://www.pitstop.net.au/pitstop/prog/OpenDocument.cgi?id=V0X7S13PUM&PLU=7038

Recommendations please? Yes, they are for an EA Falcon. :p

Cheers,
Steve
 

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The genuine Ford manuals are best, but I find the Gregorys to be quite ok to, they just don't have any where near the detail.

Rick.
 

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Is there a seperate ford manual for an el fairmont or are they the same as a falcon, like everything else
 

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And expensive, but i suppose you pay for quality. its more if an investment and probably well worth it.....

I liked the gregorys manuals better than the haynes for previous cars that i have had and have never tryed a max ellory one
 

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horses for courses. the ford ones tend to bombard you with a bit too much information and the gregories etc are too vague! however, unless you are intending to do major work i'd recommend the gregories one. you can always buy the ford one if need be.
 
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