Portable USB - Original Technical Publications Austin Rear Wheel Drive Models 1939-1969
Austin Rear Wheel Drive Models 1939 to 1969
A40 1947 to 1956 - Service Parts List
A40 (Farina) Mk I 1958 to 1961 - Service Parts List
A40 (Farina) Mk II 1961 to 1967 - Mechanical Service Parts List
A40 (Farina) Mk II 1961 to 1967 - Body Service Parts List
A40 (Farina) Mk II 1961 to 1967 - Parts FicheA30 1951 to 1956 - Parts List
A35 Saloon & Countryman 1956 to 1962 - Service Parts List
A35 Light Van & Pick-Up 1956 to 1968 - Mechanical Service Parts List
A35 Light Van & Pick-Up 1956 to 1968 - Body Service Parts List
AMC Metropolitan 540 & 560 1954 to 1959 - Parts List
AMC Metropolitan Series I, II, III, IV 1954 to 1962 - Service Parts List
Austin Metropolitan 1500 1957 to 1959 - Service Parts List
Austin Metropolitan Series IV 1960 to 1962 - Parts List
A40 Dorset (2 Dr) & Devon (4 Dr), A40 Countryman, Van & Pick Up 1947 to 1952- Service Manual
A40 Somerset & Sports, A40 Countryman, Van & Pick-up 1952 to 1956 - Service Manual
A40 Mk I & II 1958 to 1967 - Service Manual
A30 "Seven" Saloon 1951 to 1956- Service Manual
A30 & A35 1951 to 1962 - Service Manual
Nash Metropolitan 541-542 1954 to 1955 - Technical Service Manual
AMC Metropolitan 541-542 1954 to 1955 - Technical Service Manual
Portable USB Product Features:
Printable - Print only the pages you need.
Viewable & Zoomable.
Searchable - Search the entire section in seconds.
Bookmarked - Manuals are bookmarked to quickly locate sections.
Internet not required.
Portable between Windows Computers.
Secure documents are instantly accessible just like ordinary files.
Portable USB System Requirements
PC Windows 7 or later (not suitable for use on Apple Macintosh® or Android devices)
Safeguard Windows PDC viewer must be installed (pre-loaded)
Safeguard License (pre-loaded)
Execute rights must be allowed *
* Note - Some companies prevent users from running executable files from USB devices. Since the OTP Navigation and PDC viewer applications run as EXE (executable) files on the USB device, USB access must be allowed to run on the device where the USB will be used.