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Haynes owner's manual for Star Trek's U.S.S. Enterprise

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Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet!

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The Star Trek version looks just like every other Haynes manual


Read more: Haynes publishes owner's manual for Star Trek's U.S.S. Enterprise | Mail Online
 

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I imagine changing the oil is a bit more complicated in this manual than other ones.
 

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My husband owns a Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual. It was published in 1991.
 

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I have bought one of these for every car I have owned since I was 18. I estimate in my lifetime I have saved about $12,000 in labor costs using these to do most of my own repairs. I've also acquired a nifty little collection of semi-specialty tools along the way... Harbor Freight is awesome!
 

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You are correct of course, but now they're getting silly with it.

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This one could be handy, though! (Note: 21 recurring!)

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Not to pick too nerdy of a bone here, but shouldn't the front of the manual read Constitution-class Heavy Cruiser instead on USS Enterprise? The Enterprise was only one of that class of ship and all other Haynes manuals list make and model on the front. :2razz:

Enterprisewas the flagship of the original 12 ship Constitution class fleet. Dedicating the manual to it is fitting.
 
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