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Would assembly manuals such as these:

http://johnsmustang.com/pictures/classic_mustang/literature/assy_manual_body.jpg http://johnsmustang.com/pictures/classic_mustang/literature/assy_manual_electrical.jpghttp://johnsmustang.com/pictures/classic_mustang/literature/assy_manual_int.jpg
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Have information/diagrams that isn't included in the shop manual set (assuming they are all of the same model year of course!)? :

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desertMustang said:
Would assembly manuals such as these:
Have information/diagrams that isn't included in the shop manual set (assuming they are all of the same model year of course!)? :

Yes they would be be aware that each has its mistakes The "Restoration Guide" mentioned is mostly a reprint of the 72 or 75 Ford Master Parts Catalog which also has its issues. SO there is no one perfect source and depending on what you planing to do to your car all of them together is likely overkill if you just looking for help with simple mantainence and repairs IMHO
 

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Rick, I have the Body and Interior manuals for 71-2. They are a great help and have much information not found in the Shop Manual or the MPC.

BTW, if you'd like a copy of the MPC, PM me.
 

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I have the assembly manuals and find them very useful. They are reprints of Ford docs.
 
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