don't know if this is helpful, but your supervisor/s will have copies of phd thesis that their past students have done. And they are usually really happy to let you have a look if you ask.
I tend to find thats useful, as different unis, departments, supervisors can have different expectations/standards/preferences. So to see ones that they personally have been happy for their students to submit is really helpful.
You are looking for free resources, not PhD dissertation writing service like this http://www.phdthesisonline.com/our-phd-thesis-writing-services/, right? I can’t think of other sources that haven’t been already mentioned. I believe it is worth to ask your supervisor for copies of works his previous students wrote. I did the same when I needed to take a look at original and highly evaluated thesis. Just don’t afraid to ask. That’s OK. However, just take a look at those works, don’t fall into the trap of copying them: your piece of writing should be unique and authentic 100%. That’s the rule of thumb for successful PhD thesis. Good luck!
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