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Default Cimbria SS manual -- Earlier years

Here is a link to an older construction manual for a Cimbria SS. It was a fairly low quality scan of a photocopy, but there is still some good information to be taken from it. As judged by the tail lights and the option of ONLY the Split glass rear hatch, it seems like this manual was for the earliest version of the SS (ie, after the original model of the Cimbria, but still early in the life of the SS model.)

(Note: Again, this is a fairly large file. Don't load it unless you need it. And if you do download it, feel free to save it localy so you have quick and easy access to it in the future.)


Regardless which Nova variant you are building, there is something to be learned from the manuals for each and every variant.
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Here is a link to an older construction manual for a Cimbria SS. It was a fairly low quality scan of a photocopy, but there is still some good information to be taken from it. As judged by the tail lights and the option of ONLY the Split glass rear hatch, it seems like this manual was for the earliest version of the SS (ie, after the original model of the Cimbria, but still early in the life of the SS model.)

(Note: Again, this is a fairly large file. Don't load it unless you need it. And if you do download it, feel free to save it localy so you have quick and easy access to it in the future.)



Regardless which Nova variant you are building, there is something to be learned from the manuals for each and every variant.
This is very cool I have the gen 1 cimbria and the original construction manual with it as well if anyboby is interested in the manual contact me
thanks delbertinie
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This is very cool I have the gen 1 cimbria and the original construction manual with it as well if anyboby is interested in the manual contact me
thanks delbertinie
oh by the way mine was post marked 1974
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Here is a link to an older construction manual for a Cimbria SS. It was a fairly low quality scan of a photocopy, but there is still some good information to be taken from it. As judged by the tail lights and the option of ONLY the Split glass rear hatch, it seems like this manual was for the earliest version of the SS (ie, after the original model of the Cimbria, but still early in the life of the SS model.)

(Note: Again, this is a fairly large file. Don't load it unless you need it. And if you do download it, feel free to save it localy so you have quick and easy access to it in the future.)



Regardless which Nova variant you are building, there is something to be learned from the manuals for each and every variant.

I noticed this only went to page 84, but the Table of Contents shows that it should go to page 148. Does anyone have the rest of the pages? Thanks for uploading. I printed what was there. Every little bit helps.
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huh mine has only 42 pages and the picture is of the white cimbria with both doors open.
and the car is in a open field
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