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1962 A10 Parts Diagrams

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1962 A10 Parts Diagrams

Postby Bunker Spreckles » Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:44 am

Hi All,
New to this site, and am wondering whether anyone can point me to the correct (and hopefully complete) set of parts diagrams for my new project, a 1962 A10 Gold Flash engine number DA10-17713, that needs a bit of work (and a few parts) to get her up and running again. These diagrams may be amongst the sets available on the site already, however the closet I have located so far appears to be for earlier models of the A10 (circa 1950).

Same thing for wiring diagrams. Rest assured without this type of information I will be lost!

Any help would be appreciated.

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