Anyone building the New 4x4 series 1 may be interested in this book

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Donald Suttie
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Anyone building the New 4x4 series 1 may be interested in this book

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I came across this book by accident as I already had a similar book covering the larger Series 1 LR

This is purely for the 80” version and has excellent reference pictures and information
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Hope it helps

Donald

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Any ideas where you can get the book. My kit arrived in calgary Canada 3 days ago!

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Hi
I got my book via Amazon (UK)
i had already purchased the sister publication which covers 86,88,107,and 109 versions of the series 1 but this book is purely 80" versions

Donald

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Factory-Origin ... 87&sr=8-10

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James Taylor, as well as being a personal friend πŸ˜‰, is pretty well the official guru on this topic. His books are always worth getting.

All the best,

Chris
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