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Haynes Xtreme Customizing Sport Compact Performance by  John Haynes  Jay Storer - Paperback - Not Stated - 2003 - from after-words bookstore and Biblio.com

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Haynes Xtreme Customizing Sport Compact Performance

by Haynes Publishing, Jay Storer, John Haynes

Condition: Good -


U.S.A.: Haynes North America, Inc., 2003. pages clean. binding tight, hinges cracked/broken. edge wear with dents, chips. corners dented, creased and starting to split. covers worn, dented, creased, scratched, scuffed, ink rubbed, chipped, dulled, ect. spine edges dented. general shelf wear. a good reading copy. . Not Stated. Trade Paperback. Good -. Oversize Paperback.




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