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Personally, I prefer digital. Easier to search, always handy, and doesn't take up any room in the car. Sure I have to have a phone or other computer to read it, but I'm not sure there's been a time in the past 25 years when that wasn't available for me.

Seems these kinds of listings are just people trying to gouge "collectors" for a bit of paper. I suppose if one had a car in their personal museum or some such with less than 100 miles on it it might be nice to have, but for a real car that gets driven I don't see any value. My 2008 came without any of that and my 2010 I think has it all, flipped it open when I saw it and haven't touched it since.
 
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