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How do I find out what the build sheet was on my 71 camaro, int,eng,color,etc.
The guy I bought the car from statedthat it wasa big block car, 502 and it also was R/S car. I bought it anyway knowing that it could be just a 71 camaro. Its allways been a 2nd car on my wish list anyway to give to my son later on down the road. I looked behind the frontdrivers seat for a build sheet, and it wasn't there,i'm seeking this info so I can try and put it back as close to original condition, there was no motoror transin car when I bought it. thanks for any help you may give me on my quest!
posted: April 4, 2009
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Here is some information that the Fisher Body number plate might provide.
sources: The Standard Catalog of Chevrolet
posted:  April 6, 2009
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Also, did you check behind the passenger seat for the build sheet? It could be behind there instead of the drivers seat.
posted:  April 6, 2009
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it could have been placed on the top of the gas tank and usually on the drivers side. remember, not all cars left the factory with a build sheet either, so it might not be worth tearing the car apart looking for it (unless you are going to do that anyway).
posted:  April 13, 2009
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on my '69 galaxie the build sheet was under the rear seat taped to the springs..and on a 73 Olds omega we had it was taped behind the drivers side door panel...
posted:  December 23, 2009
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