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    Folks,

    This appears to be the last manual published for the SM and covers series SB to SD. I would be looking for a paper version or a PDF copy. I think there were a few circulating around the USA because it is the only one that covered the SD version that was sold in the USA. I found an Italian Site that was selling them for 30 euro but they are sold out and there was one on the US ebay that sold last year. Below is a photo of the US front cover.

    It would be useful for Aussies to have access to a copy as a lot of US cars were imported here by SM Australia. It is a multilingual manual with English included.

    Cheers, Ken

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    I found one on ebay in the US that sold a month ago and went to Italy. I'm still looking.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Hi Ken,
    No luck with 862/11 but found this link (you probably already have these) that my be useful to SM owners
    Citroën SM Club Nederland - Handboeken

    I'll keep looking

    Cheers
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    Hi Ken,

    I've found a copy amongst my stuff.

    Cheers

    Rhys

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    Good work Rhys,

    It's nice to know where one is for when there are questions specific to the SD version that was sold in the US.

    Cheers, Ken

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