Re: god damn photocopies?
It isn't a pissing contest. Buyers need to be alerted that the goods they are paying for are misrepresented. I sourced the said manual for a friend of mine, and he was less than happy recieving bound photocopies of some MB information that had references to the CD Rom. I believe the case is that printed factory manuals for the later Mercedes models don't exist, and the only versions are on CDROM. Not sure about that, but what I am sure about, is that selling photocopies as factory manuals is fraudulant. So buy them, but know what you are getting, and pay the fair price.<br> <br> By the way I had some pre-war manuals for Lucas parts for British cars. The actual manuals are unavailble, and I photocopied mine and sold them. People knew what they were getting, and I charged $25 for my trouble.<br> <br> This guy doesn't think that his customers deserve the same courtesy. Thoughtyou might want to know.<br> <br> Regards, Lawrence.