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Postby rober » Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:34 pm

I recently found some of my old manuals including a 1964 bsa owners manual, a 1969 Tirumph owners manual, & a 1969 Triumph factory shop manual. anyone have an idea what these are worth. Other than a few grease smudges they are in excellent condition & are completelt legible.
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Re: Manuals

Postby Welsh Wizard » Tue Sep 04, 2012 6:38 am

Best to have a look at your local Ebay website and see how much they are going for, as a lot of these manuals are easy to download its, likely that it will be a collector is going to be a buyer for them, so condition will govern the price.
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Re: Manuals

Postby Tman » Tue Sep 04, 2012 9:44 am

As always, it depends on the location. Personally I like good old paper manuals as they require no maintenance, printing, rebooting or swearing at, and can happily live in my non-climate controlled workshop for ever.
I just paid 9 quid + postage for a Haynes for my Su**ki GS500 which seems to be the going rate.
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Re: Manuals

Postby tysonlee » Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:51 am

If the factory put these together and they worked then you have to over looking something ~ Sorry I am not familiar with these Speedos ~
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Re: Manuals

Postby Stuart SS » Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:20 pm


To knead an old cliche ~ "They are only worth as much as an enthusiast is willing to pay !"

But WW has it covered browse Flea bay and or manual sites ~
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