After responding to another members question on manuals for his car, I figure I would put up some pics of my GM library I have. Dispite all the info on line, a computer or smart phone may not be the best thing to have in the tool box like a good manual. Outside of a Chiltons/Haynes, a GM manual covers our cars better than anything else out there. The base library should have the owners manual, service manual, & Fisher Body manual for the year you own. It is nice to have manuals from additional years to cover upgrades from newer & older models or other models that your drivetrain is from. Keep in mind that the production changes covered may not match your year but will help guide in getting the additional parts to make everything work like it was ment to be. I'm including part of my library (to include a few of my PPG chip books) to represent what you could have in your library. I started mine in '90 when I got my car & I'm still looking for more to add.