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Old 04-30-2007, 12:27 PM
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Build Sheet/Dealer window sticker

Is there anyway for me to recover a build sheet or dealer window sticker for my 68' camaro? Is there anywhere these are kept in an archive? Could it be still hidden in the car?

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I have seen build sheets under the back seat ... tucked under the seat springs, and have also found them inside of the door trim panels.

As far as window stickers go ... I doubt that they are "archived" ... but perhaps someone can create you a "replica" if you can supply them with a total list of optional equipment.???
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Post your question (or just do a search) over at the Team Camaro site. (click here) Team Camaro is without a doubt in my opinion the best Camaro site on the net. They have a very active forum, your questions will be answered there.

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Years ago, there used to be a office at GM where you could write and get a whole "restoration package" for your car that had all the info that they had. I've got one for my '65 Corvair. I doubt that they still do it now (for free at least). I did get a copy of the original invoice for my '94 Impala SS a couple of years ago.

The build sheet for my '79 Trans Am was behind the rear seat back.
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