Back in simpler times, before ’lectronics and the interweb, kids were content with coloring books, while junkyard kids had access to — Hollander interchange manuals! Granted, these cost a little more than coloring books, but they did contain more useful information, as I recall. Of course, like other printed publications we’ve known and loved, Hollander has gone ’lectronic now, too. As the years roll by, however, these older, more-tangible versions are holding their value as coveted collectors’ items.
So, here in this Hollander’s section 9B (the body identification section), what do this Dodge and Thunderbird share in common? Give up?
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