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Old 02-28-2015, 05:31 PM   #1
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Anyone got a manual?

I'm trying to find a manual for the coachwork on a 1975 Monaco (built by Caribou Mfg, a progenitor of Monaco) 24' Class C coach, 24' long, built on a Dodge CB300 chassis (I have the factory literature for the chassis and powertrain already.) I have contacted Monaco directly, but they said they didn't have anything that old. I was referred here by a couple of other fori.

In exchange, I am willing to offer up .pdfs of the manuals that I have - in order to get the chassis and powertrain info, I had to get TWO manuals: a 1974 manual (Dodge/Plymouth vans) and a 1975 supplement (Dodge/Plymouth vans, again.) If you have a 1974, you'll only need the one. 1975, you'll need both. I'll offer up either or both, as you require.

Help! I know a lot of the parts they used are COTS stuff, but I'm more interested in how a lot of the hidden stuff is routed, and wiring colours, and that sort of thing. I would SO hate to be mounting something and run a screw through a lighting harness, for instance...

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