Parts Interchangeablity Guide - October 2004

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Parts Interchangeablity Guide - October 2004

#1 Post by Alfamale147 » Sun Feb 09, 2020 7:40 pm

Does anyone have the first part of this in their archives, or even better, a copy they would be willing to sell. Got all the subsequent parts but can’t get hold of The first instalment anywhere.

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Re: Parts Interchangeablity Guide - October 2004

#2 Post by JPB » Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:07 pm

Feel free to ignore my earlier reply above, I hadn't realised that this was a supplement with Practical Classics magazine, sorry for any confusion caused. It may be worth asking on the Practical Classics site, I believe they have a presence on social media.
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Re: Parts Interchangeablity Guide - October 2004

#3 Post by gazza82 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:55 pm

If you know which magazine is is you might get a copy here .. but if it's a separate or pull-out supplement it may not be included ...

http://magazineexchange.co.uk/cw/Practi ... ssics-2004
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