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Parts books were scanned years ago and are part of the AROC library. The rest might fit in a large flat rate box.

You can check the USPS website for pricing.
Skip the parts books.

Per USPS site: Tis a pity that these items cannot be sent via inexpensive media mail. As there is no need for flat rate's express delivery, it may be cheaper to mail in a box via standard post, but need to know weight to determine. My zip code is 95070. Post office can weigh and identify cheaper option.

Please fit remaining items into a box (standard post) or a flat rate box, least expensive option preferred. I'll send you cost via PayPal or check. (Details sent via PM.)
 

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If these are not spoken for, I will be glad to take the lot. Does $10, plus shipping in a flat rate box seem reasonable? Better still if you would media mail them, to save a few $$. PM me, please. - Tom
 

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I sent an EM early yesterday,as you requested, and never heard back, on everything but the magazines.
Andrew
 

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If not pre-claimed, I'll take the CAS copy.
 

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I'd be happy with the magazines alone, if the rest of the lot is spoken for. Also interested in the "Per l'ordinazione" publication, in case it's available.
 

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P.S. I have an original of the CAS catalogue, and I would be happy to run off a few copies, or to scan it, if there's interest. It hadn't occurred to me that people might still use it.
 

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That's what I've done Tom. I felt that having another would make a good gift for one planning on vintage racing.
 

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Sorry folks, MS Outlook has been on the fritz. In all fairness, Andrew's message was sent first, so he gets first dibs.
No problem, Brian. But I thought that "dibs" was always first. Now we have first dibs, second dibs and who know what else. Next thing you know, we'll have the lawyers involved!
 

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Yes Tom F2, The CAS contains information still used by many Alfa 4Cyl engine builders, as well as basis for race preperation. One of my own 2 copies, the 1972 version, has doubled in size over the years with notes, drawings and updates. The other is an original I've used to make copies for others. A spare reprint is a great gift for a potential vintage racer. This may be 42 year old document, but I'm older than that by quite a bit. Lots of builders still ask me questions that relate directly back to information in CAS.
 
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