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Old 29-11-14, 03:39
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I'm trying to build a collection of CMP driver handbooks. I already have the three in the first photo as well as the Australian Ford and Chevrolet 'all in one' versions.

I'd be prepared to swap a new old stock Ford F15 driver handbook PLUS a genuine "This vehicle built by Ford Motor Co of Canada Ltd" AND a publications plate - illustrated here in the second photo. This is the F60L version but I also have the F15, F15A, F60S and FGT versions, your choice!

I am also looking for the Chevrolet versions of the driver handbooks.
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Old 29-11-14, 08:05
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I would like to have a F15A handbook, let me see what I have to swap.

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Old 29-11-14, 11:09
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I would like to have a F15A handbook, let me see what I have to swap.
Hanno, it's the F15 one I have available not F15A... but you could just draw in a front axle if you like.
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Old 29-11-14, 12:31
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Hello Hanno, I have recently cleared my fathers workshop an avid Military vehicle restorer and have a series of pristine manuals for CMP's which did NOT get moved onto the Garbage pile. To smart for that.

I have attached a picture of the front cover of a Drivers Handbook which I found in Dad's library. Is this what you are after? It is dated 30th November 1945.

If it is, maybe we can strike a deal? Am after Humber FV 1600 Parts.

Sorry it is upside down, damn Apple IPads.

Cheers,

Dave.
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Old 29-11-14, 21:54
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Hi Dave

Have sent you a PM

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Old 30-11-14, 02:27
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Here's a link to the thread with the rest of the images.

Getting back to the original intention of my thread now... please see the first post.
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Old 30-11-14, 03:58
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Sorry I can't help you Keith, I only have the F15 and ambo ones.
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Old 30-11-14, 17:42
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I have the Handbook for the C15TA in my collection.

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Old 30-11-14, 21:18
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...Is it available for a swap (which is the subject of this thread ).

That would be a very interesting one to own.

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I have the Handbook for the C15TA in my collection.
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Old 30-11-14, 22:02
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Yes, I understand the subject of the thread; I just thought that you may be interested to know which other manuals are lurking out there.

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Old 30-11-14, 22:41
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Hanno, it's the F15 one I have available not F15A... but you could just draw in a front axle if you like.
Keith, sorry, I misread your posting. Re-reading it I now see you are willing to swap publications plates for the F15, F15A, F60S and FGT, rather than driver's handbooks.

I guess it is because I have been looking for a F15A driver's handbook for so long that I didn't read properly

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Sorry I can't help you Keith, I only have the F15 and ambo ones.
Same here, they seem to be the most common.

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Old 30-11-14, 23:01
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Ed I wasn't really being serious, hence the stuff.

Hanno, you didn't misread, the offer IS for a F15 driver handbook, PLUS a makers plate and publications plate as a swap for other handbooks people may have duplicates of.
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