There are scans and site links posted in the forum on ads and brochures along with things like dealer pages and price lists, but I'm not sure I've seen anything that's dedicated to repair parts, like price books or lists or anything else related to that side of the business. I'm wondering if there might be anything in the details they might provide that could enlighten readers with what they'd contain, and ordinarily wouldn't be found in other material.
As an example... obviously there are 2 models of Lynx 14's that might presumably use lots of the same components between them, but the parts that are different might also be shared with a Lynx 1000 or 5000 if one might need to find a replacement and need to seek out a proper donor to affect a fix. Other than just the repair questions they might answer, there might also be some telling details about 'family' functionality, or even how many model versions a given model name actually had over time by comparing part lists over multiple years on specific models.
Has anyone ever seen - or has in their own archives - any repair price lists or documentation beyond the simple assembly charts? I have to think that repair folk had to have something more than just the individual repair manuals, and certainly had to at least had access to price lists with parts numbers they'd use to create parts orders with.
Thanks for looking, Graham. These might have been in lower supply numbers than even dealer catalog pages and price lists, and weren't the documents that would have been intended for dealers or retail/public consumption. I suspect that anything in this category would probably be the last paperwork to go, and when it did, it may have gone straight into a trash bin once the factory stopped supplying parts.
It's unknown if there would be much useful info in them, but I'm hoping that there might be a few survivors somewhere to see if there's anything interesting included inside them.