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What????????? No Packard????? I already have all of the Chevy, Ford and MoParts on smoke - signal, reel-to-reel, 4 track, 8 track, 3.5 and 5 inch floppy and cassette and quadraphonic BUT nothing to play them on!!! Now i have to get CD???????

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what no 1920's stuff either .....mmmmmmmmm please tell me have you gained copy right for the repros you are selling ????? if not it's an infringement of law mad.gif" border="0

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We are a distributor for Detroit Iron Information Systems which is authorized by GM, Ford and Chrysler to reproduce (scan) the original shop manuals onto CDs.

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The previously mentioned authorizations are for classic vehicles up to 1979. Sorry, they do not include 1980 to present models.

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now i'm curious. Has any DF members actually used any of these CD type manuals???<BR>Its not clear to me why the CD is better than hard copy. i can understand that under certain limited situations the CD would be easier to use. OR, in other words, WHY is a CD better than hard-copy?????

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moreover, my guess is that the CD will be antiquted in about 5 years or less. Remeber the 4 track stereo's????????

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so, if i buy the CD can i share it in its entirety (or portions there of) as a technical e-mail attachement between others for consultation of certain procedures???????????

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now that would be a good thing just buy one copy then send attachments to each other. i ask my self why the c/d 's are so expensive when it costs only the matter of $2 (max) to produce one, a hard copy (printed ) or photo copy costs loads more to produce and is about the same price. my experiance with c/d is you must keep thm dry or the sliver top lifts in time (10 years)

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