For those who were bought up in the era where car maintenance was changing a head gasket rather than adding a silly exhaust to the back of your car this is definitely not a Haynes Manual. The ones I owned were service procedures that gave disassembly processes and torques, this book is not any of that. So if you own a Saturn V and want to refit the Kerosene feed pipe to your first stage motor and were looking for the procedure and torque value of the fixings, sorry this book is not for you. If however you want an interesting book on Apollo with high levels of technical detail in areas you had not thought about previously; space suits for example, this is a really good buy. You can point and poke at the quality of a diagrams but for the price it is now really this is being a little silly. For anyone complaining about this not being a Haynes Manual you have missed the slightly ironic humour of using the familiar Haynes cover and thickness of book for something that took so many Engineers to create.
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